Welcome to today's weekly Travelfeed Australia, Oceania & Africa roundup brought to you by @rimicane.
We start this beautiful Monday by visiting a Vivid Festival in Sydney, Australia. Plenty of lights and colourful projections here at the harbour! We then move on to the argan oil production in Morocco - find out how it's made. This is a small cooperative with laughter and fair treatment! And to peacefully finish the day, we invite you to visit the landmark in Marrakesh. How do the Jardin Majorelle and Museum YvesSaint Laurent sound to you? Enjoy!
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written by @stabilowl
As we walk through the train station against the massive crowds to the harbour side of the Quay area, something finally caught my eyes. A massive spinning light sculpture that changes colours every minute or so. Shaped like giant toddler toys these colourful spinning tops is surprisingly mesmerizing.
written by @coldsteem
It appears much like a knitting club, where the women work independently, while socializing. It seemed to be a relaxed environment, but a tricky process.
written by @nolasco
Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé discovered Marrakech in the 60's and immediately fell in love with this place. They bought and restored the Jardin Majorelle in the 80's, where they lived when they often traveled to Morocco.
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