I wish someone told me not to get off the car when stopped by a cop as a sign of respect for them.
I wish someone told me not to pick up random kids in the park and kiss them on the cheeks like we do on Morocco without being considered psychos. Relocated from Morocco to the United States in 2000 in order to complete a Master in Business Administration.
A highly motivated, goal-oriented and energetic professional with entrepreneurial spirit and work experience in the Sales and Marketing Departments of world-renowned international corporations. Then, after graduation, moved to Paris, France to join my husband, who is a senior diplomat with Unesco.
Especially skilled at analytical thinking, problem solving, strategy as well as implementation. Was not able to work in the US due to F1 Visa limitations so volunteered for different associations and became Head of the Cultural Committee of the Washington DC chapter of the Network of Arab American Professionals ( during 20.
Plus there's also the fact that Moroccan women are actively looking to meet guys from Europe or North America.
Moroccan women embody the mystique of North Africa, with looks and bodies that wouldn't look out of place at a Parisian fashion show.
From a male perspective some of the most beautiful women in the world live in this cultural melting pot.
Morocco can be a great place to meet single girls because it's not as popular a destination as Vietnam or Latvia for guys actively looking for an overseas girlfriend, or wife.
The eight other Moroccan women didn’t have to verbalize what was apparent to the two of us remaining.
Perhaps it was an anomaly however it was clear that we were looked at as starter wives and that eventually our husbands’ would divorce us and find the “real” wife from home.
Morocco sits on the coast of North Africa, just across the Strait of Gibraltar from mainland Europe.
It has a population of approximately 4 million people, and despite its outward appearance, is a very modern country, although Moroccans hold strong to their traditions.
Desert caravans equipped with mobile phones and laptops aren’t an unusual sight here.