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In addition, her web site, The View From Fez, is a great resource for anyone interested in the city.
I love reading about their experience living in these countries as I am always curious about what life is like in other countries.
Interesting perspective of a woman and her husband who decide to purchase and renovate an old riad house in Fez.
My husband and I love to travel internationally, and have traveled on our own to some pretty exotic places. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maddie
Reminscent of my several days exploring Fez. I love that city and I loved this book.Published 4 months ago by Nanette Anslinger
I enjoyed reading this book to go along with this woman who is trying to restore an old delapidated house and restore it to it's original
beauty . Read more
Having recently traveled in Morocco, and completing reading "The Caliph's House", I was drawn to this book because it delved into the culture more deeply. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Thad Sandford
I bought this book as I have a true love for books of this nature where people make a drastic choice to follow their dreams or passion and take up life and living in another... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lana M. Cichon
This book for me was a good read. It constantly reminded me of how easy we have it in the U.S. Not to say don't go there or even plan to live there. I would do it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Stella
This is an enthralling book about a double adventure-- the adventure of an Australian couple (both journalists) in buying and rebuilding a house in the Medina of Fez and, at the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Zoraida
Suzanna shares her experiences of trying to upgrade a house she had bought in Fez and all the challenges she faced as she learned to navigate the infrastructure and people she... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mom in NH daughter in Philly
I'm going to Morocco next Spring and this book was a great introduction to the country. Can't wait to see Fez!Published 12 months ago by J. Ellis