‘Housewives of New York City’ take over Morocco

HollywoodNews.com: The ‘Real Housewives of New York City’ are continuing to live lavishly and are apparently filming part of their new season in Morocco.

The cast, that includes Kelly Bensimon, Jill Zarin, Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, Alex McCord, Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan, and newcomer Cindy Barshop, is reportedly off on their trip, states NYMag.com.

The women, who tend to find themselves in fights every now and then, apparently plan to behave as they will follow the more modest style of dress and cover up.

Do you think it’s a bad idea for these women to head to Morocco?

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One Comment

  • November 15, 2010 | Permalink |

    In my opinion Morocco is of the safest countries. Morocco is where the Orient meets the Occident, an ideal place for cinematography; It has very colorful landscape, within one hundred mile radius one finds the Atlas mountains with eternal snow caps at high altitude, the amazing panoramic views of the chain of the Kif-Rif mountains on the Mediterranean sea, the peaceful and mystical desert in the South where one experiences a great look at the celestial bodies, one remembers the Moorish architecture, the spicy Moorish aroma, the “Thousand and One flavors” of Moroccan food, the mint tea, the couscous, the seafood of Essaouira, the Andalusian “Visigoth” and Berber music, the Moroccan golden coasts are endless, the Real Fantasia, and the traditional Moroccan hospitality. Thanks to young King Mohamed VI, Morocco is also a secular progressively democratic country, where great writers, and artists live, some of their niches are found in cities of Tangier, Marrakesh, Essaouira, Agadir, Fes, Ouerzazat, Chefchaouen, and of course Casablanca. “Play it again, Sam”.

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