Australia Vogue: Morocco’s Chefchaouen, Top Destination for Tourists to Visit in…

Rabat – International magazine, Vogue Australia, has listed Morocco’s Chefchaouen first among top 12 destinations to visit in 2019.Although each and every region in Morocco Tourism Destinations has its unique beauty, Chefchaouen may be the city that could rival Marrakech, Morocco’s red city and one of the most popular travel destinations for tourists visiting the country.Vogue Australia has recommended Chefchaouen to international tourists who might have already visited Marrakech and are looking for a change. “If your Instagram feed is anything to go by, the beautiful city of Marrakech in Morocco may seem a little bit ‘been-there-done-that’… visit Chefchaouen instead” wrote the magazine.Read Also: 2018 Africities: Morocco’s Chefchaouen, Best Intermediate City in Africa“Chafchaouen’s “blue streets “ are a must-see, wrote the magazine.The other top destinations that the magazine listed include: Zanzibar in Tanzania; Valletta in  Malta; Porto in Portugal; Seville in Spain; Petra in Jordan; Osaka in Japan; Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia; Miami, USA; Jaipur, India; and Chengdu, China.Morocco’s other popular destinations are, Fez, Rabat, Essaouira, Ouarzazate, Casablanca and Tangier.Tourists from countries such as Romania, Poland, and the Czech Republic are now flocking to the North African country. Morocco’s Regional Tourism Council (CRT) reported that 2019 will be a promising year for tourism in Morocco. read more

Public invited to forum on Kentucky foster care

Six other forums were presented by Citizen Foster Care Review Boards around the state beginning last month.The forums are being held as part of legislative reforms. Findings will be reported to the Kentucky Citizen Foster Care Review Board and will be among the board’s annual recommendations to the Supreme Court, the governor and the legislature. Volunteers review the cases of children placed in care because of dependency, neglect or abuse to ensure they are placed in safe, permanent homes as quickly as possible. FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – The Administrative Office of the Courts says the last of seven regional community forums on Kentucky’s foster care system is being held in Pikeville.The agency says in a statement that the public is invited to attend the forum on Thursday at the Eastern Kentucky Expo Center and give input on how to improve outcomes for children in the system.- Advertisement – read more