Holla, we are back to blogging after a whole year hiatus (or maybe more than a year)! Irman has been bugging me to blog about Morocco and here I am! This really made me miss Morocco even more, to the point that I even convince Irman to come back Morocco this year. But… we are going to another part of the Africa’s continent. Well, that will be next year’s story la. For now, let’s get back to our trip to Morocco. If you’re planning a trip to Morocco, you might have heard that there’s nothing to do in Casablanca Morocco except visit the mosque. We thought so too, after so many readings and research about Casablanca. To be honest, for the most part, that’s true. But Casablanca is also home to the largest airport in Morocco, so there’s a good chance you might be starting (or ending) your journey in Casablanca. For us, from Singapore, we definitely had to come in and out of Casablanca.(1) First stop, being millennials, it is a must to purchase the Orange Maroc SIM Card at 100 dirhams for 10GB. You can purchase it right after you collect your luggage. This is more than enough for your to last the entire 3 weeks in Morocco (this does not include coverage at Sahara Desert cos we were in the middle of nowhere).