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Gypsy Heart Travels

Adventures in Life, Love and Food

First blog post: Looking back to move foreword

It was September 16th, 2016 when I bought my ticket back to Morocco. It had only been two days since my exploratory one week visit to Rabat. I knew my life needed to change, it seemed Morocco and Rouchdi were... Continue Reading →

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French Tacos – Yup you heard it right

Here in Morocco I see tacos advertised on many of the local snack shops signage. It drove me crazy because I never see tacos anywhere. My Moroccan man had no idea what they actually were, either. I started thinking, maybe,... Continue Reading →

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designbySARO.com & having patience

I know I havent been writing much or posting any recipes... I have been busy designing graphics and building a website (designbysaro.com), and setting up social media for SAROdesign. It should be up shortly. I will post once it is...... Continue Reading →

SAROdesign – what Ive been up to

I know I haven't written all summer. So, here's a quick update on everything.... I am still waiting on my resident card. Although, on June 13, I did receive the receipt that I applied. There were a few revisions I... Continue Reading →

Gypsy-Heart-Travels Facebook SHOP

Check out my Facebook store here: https://www.facebook.com/all.things.gypsy.heart/shop/?rt=19 

Gypsy Heart: Breaking Free – Available on Amazom.com !

Kindle edition: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B073HGN125 will be free to Kindle users July 4, 2017- July 8, 2017 Paperback: http://www.amazon.com/dp/152170774X   

Gypsy Heart: Breaking Free is almost out!

Soon out on Amazon in paperback and for Kindle! In her first work of contemporary women’s fiction, author Sherri Adriano draws on her own life experiences to create a raw, yet inescapably genuine, novel about a Costa RIcan adventure and... Continue Reading →

Time alone…

So, as you my have guessed, I'm still here in Morocco. I made no trip back to Florida. I haven't written because I was consumed with a bit of a staycation and now writing. For about 10 days, my Moroccan... Continue Reading →

The waiting game

It has been just over 2 weeks since I turned in my residency application. It turns out I'm waiting for a paper from Agadir. The officer here processes the paperwork, then it goes to Agadir where they process all the... Continue Reading →

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