Before going back to school for master, I used to have such a working-travelling as a journalist. That’s a perk of being journalist: we can do both at same time, got paid of what we love the most. And, Marrakech is the first trip I have after going back to real life (after obtained master). So I went to Marrakech for UNFCCC COP22- an annual climate change conference. I was invited by the President’s special envoy of CC to be the MC of two-weeks event in Indonesia Pavilion. I was invited because I am a part of YFCC and had joined COP17 in Durban last 2011. Turning out, I also spoke as one of the speaker in Youth Session. And, since TVRI also sent a cameraman to cover this event, I also become the reporter, all in a package! But to some extent: the most interesting part is also the 3 days off for travelling! Yeayness.
So, here’s the glimpse of my activities as the MC, the speaker and the interviewer during this event.
And, here we come to the travelling section.
I was visiting Ourika – the Atlas Mountains’ Valley, the famous Jamaa Al Fna, Koutobia Mosque, Madrasah Ben Yossef, and Medina. And of course, tried the local dishes: tagine, shawarma, and kuskus.