Rebecca Goes Rendezvous

An American living the French life.



Postcard: Kyoto, Japan


Kiyomizu temple in Kyoto (June 2016).

Destination: Narita, Kamakura, & Atami, Japan

At the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu (June 2016).

Around this time last year, I went with my family to Japan for the first time. We spent eight days touring the island of Honshu, visiting a mixture of big cities and small towns, all the while eating good Japanese food to our heart’s content. Considering that this summer is just around the corner, I thought that I would dedicate a series of posts to my time in Japan, in order to gear up for this year’s trip somewhere in the world (you’ll soon find out!).

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Postcard: Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Japan


Inside the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park (June 2016).

Crazy Travel Story #3: That One Time I Got Robbed in Morocco…

First, let me preface this story by saying that I don’t look for trouble when I travel. If anything, I do my very best to blend in with the crowd, to keep my head down and walk away quickly, if necessary. I also pride myself in the fact that I have a natural resting bitch face, which has probably helped me avoid a lot of sticky situations that have happened to others whom I’ve met. You could say that I’m an extra cautious traveler, in that respect.

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Postcard: Blois, France


View of Blois from its château (April 2017).

Destination: Fez, Morocco

Bou Inania at dusk (May 2017).

My adventures in Morocco came to an end in Fez (or “Fès”), located in the northeast and is considered the cultural capital of the country. Along with my friend with whom I was traveling since Marrakech, we spent three nights in the city exploring as much of the souks and notable landmarks that it had to offer, as well as eating to our heart’s content on delicious Moroccan food, both traditional and modern.

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Destination: Chefchaouen, Morocco

In the alleys of Chefchaouen (May 2017).

If there is one reason why I wanted to visit Morocco so badly, it was for Chefchaouen. Sure, the major cities of Marrakesh and Fez were appealing to check out, but it was Chefchaouen, aka “the Blue Pearl of Morocco,” which made me fall in love with the country, so much that I wanted to see its blue-walled beauty for myself.

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Postcard: Château de Chambord, France


Château de Chambord in the Loire Valley, France (April 2017).

Destination: Sahara Desert, Morocco

Riding camels at sunrise (May 2017).

During my five-night stay in Marrakesh, I also took an overnight tour out into the Sahara desert, a geographical spread of northern Africa which covers an area as large as the United States itself (incredible!). Visiting the Sahara desert is a very-popular, touristy thing to do, but since I’d never been there before, I wanted to experience it while in Morocco. Plus, I had the strong desire to ride a camel over the sand dunes, so why not?

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