Monday, March 27, 2017
working on my green drawing skills
This weekend I've been working on my green drawing skills.
It's so fun to do, although my sketches can still use some improvement at this point.
I've been working on the workshop-program* and all green trips are worked out in detail. Can't wait to get started with the new green adventures in and around Marrakech.
*GREEN GARDENS WORKSHOP
Six days in Marrakech! Green is the theme. Price € 675,00 per person.
The price is based on a shared twin bedroom and excluding flight ticket. It's not possible to book a single room.
It's always possible to book extra nights, before or after the workshop (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- transfer from airport Marrakech to Riad Chambres d'amis (v.v.)
- shared twin bedroom (5 nights) including breakfast in Chambres d'Amis. (no single rooms available)
- 3 dinners & 4 lunches (drinks not included)
- veggie cooking workshop
- collecting green memories in a herbarium
- all excursions in and around Marrakech
During the workshop we will visit and explore all kinds of gardens in and around Marrakech; An Arabic garden, a rose garden, botanical gardens, secret city gardens, city parks, hidden courtyards, an art garden, museum gardens and vegetable- and herb gardens.
You will be surprised how green the Red City actually is. Urban jungle adventures with guided tours and delicious moroccan food, make this green travel-workshop unforgettable!
SPRING GREEN GARDENS WORKSHOP arrival: Thursday 11th of May - leaving: Tuesday 16th of May
AUTUMN GREEN GARDENS WORKSHOP arrival: Thursday 12th of October - leaving: Tuesday 17th of October
We still have a twin bedroom available for the Green Garden workshop in May!
If you would like to join one of the workshops, please send an e-mail email@example.com for an application form.
Geplaatst door wood & wool stool op 10:08 PM
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