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The best time to visit Morocco – a travellers guide

Nestled at the crossroads of Africa and Europe, Morocco is where ancient traditions meet modern vibes. From the vibrant streets of Marrakech to the timeless Sahara, Morocco is a whirlwind of experiences waiting for you to explore.  In this blog post, we discover the best month to visit Morocco. We unveil the must-see destinations, the … Continued

Iraqi men riding horses across a green grass field in Iraq.

Iraq Currency – A brief history

What is the currency of Iraq? The currency of Iraq is the Iraqi dinar, which is pronounced as “dee-nahr.” The currency code is IQD, and the dinar is subdivided into smaller units, the most common being the fils. However, these are not common in everyday transactions. The symbol for the Iraqi currency is ع.د. This … Continued

Discover the best time to visit Seychelles

The Seychelles is a mesmerising archipelago in the Indian Ocean. It’s a slice of paradise that beckons travellers from all corners of the globe.  Comprising 115 islands, each one is adorned with powdery beaches, vibrant coral reefs, and lush jungles. The Seychelles is the embodiment of a dreamy holiday destination.  This haven offers an escape … Continued

Night markets on the streets of Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia.

Cambodia currency – Your essential guide

What is the currency of Cambodia? The currency of Cambodia is the Cambodian riel, and the currency code is KHR. The symbol of Cambodia’s currency looks like this “៛” and is pronounced as “ree-yell.” The Riel is divided into smaller units called “sen.” One Cambodian riel is equivalent to 100 sen.  You’ll use the riel … Continued

Birds eye view of Jemaa el-Fnaa market in Morocco

Morocco’s Currency – 5 fascinating facts

What is Morocco’s currency? The Moroccan currency is called the Moroccan Dirham. Its symbol is “د.م.” and its currency code is MAD. Pronounced as “deer-ham,” it’s the official currency of Morocco. The Dirham is split into smaller units called centimes. 1 Dirham equals 100 centimes. When you see prices or talk about money in Morocco, … Continued

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