That's what my computer told me this morning when I managed to open my browser. That could really become my personal mantra of life. Do not only do,execute, perform but think, get inspire, wind up.
I have always had a passion for traveling and exploring as well as documenting and sharing it. Like my biggest supporter in this world, mom, says Enni has an incurable case of wanderlust. That shall be the official diagnosis then. I created this blog to share my upcoming ( and previous) adventures and stories with my fellow wanderlusters. In addition I'd love to inspire, courage to go out there & spread the little knowledge I have gathered during my travels.
You can get to know me by reading the about section in the main navigation but I might as well open the reason of starting this specific blog here. I found my other (better) half over 3 years ago by very comely accident, which I believe was destiny. He happened to live in Morocco, land far away, which I knew only a little about in that time. Inside my head the word Morocco automatically associated with a picture of endless desert and busy brown-walled narrow alleys full of street vendors. I knew cities like Casablanca, to be big industrial, South European-like busy beehives but only when I took a plane at the age of 16, alone to Fez, I realised how amazing things this magical country has to offer. Alleys and desert are certainly only a fraction of the cultural and geographical diversity that Morocco has. Since 2012, After quite a few passport stamps and filled entry cards, I've come to this point where I can say that Morocco has become my second home.
Denia hania is a phrase used in Darija (Moroccan Arabic) and it stands for no worries. Literal translation would be cool/quiet life. I came across this phrase while listening one of my favourite artists, Ahmed Sultan. In his song It's Alright he travels by a hippie wagon to the beach and reminds listeners that life shouldn't be taken too seriously. Denia Hania. In that moment I decided that to be my ultimate favourite expression. So it was more than natural to choose this phrase as a name of this blog. So that being said, I welcome you to jump on my bandwagon to discover new things on my trips to Morocco and elsewhere.