Meet Ameya Kolambekar!
He currently leads the marketing team at Bill Bachao – an Online Bill Recharge & Payment mobile app.g
When not planning his next big idea, this trek enthusiast travels to feed his soul and tempts us with his Instagram updates! 90% of which includes solo travel. Keep reading, I am about to tell you all about Ameya’s Morocco trip!
Popularly known as @northstalgia on Instagram, Ameya does have a very interesting story behind his handle.
Combination of North and Nostalgia ofcourse. Add north and the nostalgia becomes more specific to travel. I like the concept/word north. Signifies a lot. So I got it tattooed as well – North pointing compass 🙂
About Ameya’s Morocco Trip
9 cities, 15 nights, 2280 kms on the road, 240 km on foot, 2000 photos. Sea, sand, snow and the… https://t.co/NhbMqfrjtt
— Ameya (@Northstalgia) January 31, 2017
Keep scrolling down to follow his Moroccan escapade!
1. Hassan II Mosque
2. Yves Saint Laurent – Jardin Majorelle Marrakesh
3. Medina, Marrakesh
4. Marrakesh Place Jamaa Lefna
5. Port d’Essaouira
6. Ben Youssef Madrasa
Quintessential Moroccon architecture and design. The 14th century Ben Youssef Madrasa and had provision to stay for 130 students, making it the largest in the country. It is the most beautiful thing I've seen in Morocco thus far. #marrakech #morocco #travel #instatravel #trip #travelgram #traveling #traveltheworld #travelpics
7. High Atlas Mountain
There are some things, that I'd come to expect of Morocco; Swathes of land and mountains covered in a thick layers of snow, wasn't one of them. Passed through the High Atlas mountain range, which forms a divide between the northern plains and the Sahara. Such is the diversity of this country, that only 4 hours apart from one another, are the Sahara desert, the snow covered Atlas mountains and the Mediterranean/Atlantic coast. Here's a short video of the amazing drive today!
8. Dadès Gorges
9. Sahara Desert
10. Fes el Bali
13. Chefchaouen The Blue Pearl
They say a picture speaks a thousand words, but just one would never be enough for Chefchaoun. So here's a collage of this absolutely fascinating little town, nestled in the northern part of Morocco. The entire town is covered in hues of blue; doors, walls, ceilings, everything! The jewish community settled here in the 15th century and painted the town blue and the tradition continued. Be amazed.
Had a bit of time before ending up at Casablanca so took a quick 4 hour get-off-get-on train stop and visited Asilah. A petit costal town by the Atlantic. Here's a hyperlapse video of a walk through its medina. #morocco #travel #instatravel #trip #travelgram #traveling #traveltheworld #travelpics #asilah #hyperlapse #instavideo #video #simplymorocco #inmorocco
15. Cap Spartel
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