Polly the Travel Frog in Morocco

When Life Gives you Lemons....Make Lemonade!

I have just  I have just arrived in my new home in Rabat, Morocco. It has been raining a lot but we had one good day where I went out and played with my new friends. They let me climb the lemon tree and smell the lemons. I wasn’t brave enough to climb the palm trees though they were a little too tall for a frog like me!

This is the first of many of my Moroccan adventures.

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12 Responses to “Polly #20 in Morocco”

  1. What a lucky frog! Morocco! I can’t wait to see where Polly #20 will be photographed next.

    Thanks for posting!

  2. Ha-ha. Good picture. Sounds like you are having a fun time.

  3. Seeing this picture of Polly #20 sitting in a lemon tree is making me very envious of warmer weather. I love the smell of lemons and can’t wait for summer to arrive here in West Virginia (it’s very cold here right now). Summer = sunshine and a tall glass of lemonade!! Can’t wait to see more pictures. I am not at all familiar with Morocco and am very interested in learning about the Moroccan culture!

  4. Climbing the lemon tree was a nice way to start Polly’s Moroccan adventures. I can’t wait to see all the other great things around your home.

  5. I would love to see Polly in a fez! Or on a camel with a fez.

  6. I would love to see a picture of Polly in a souk! All of the colors would be amazing. Just don’t get her too close to a spice pyramid–it might make her sneeze. Then again…

    Do frogs sneeze?

  7. Polly, if life gives you lemons, make lemonade! I can teach you how to make it in 30 minutes. Call me girl! Ciao!

  8. I’ve learned something new…I didn’t know that lemons were grown in Morocco! I think it would be so amazing to step out into my back and see a lemon tree.

    It me think of the song, “Lemon Tree” by Fool’s Garden

    “I wonder how,
    I wonder why,
    Yesterday you told me ’bout the blue, blue sky.
    And all that I can see is just a yellow lemon-tree.
    I’m turning my head up and down
    I’m turning turning, turning, turning, turning around.
    And all that I can see is just another lemon-tree.”

  9. I agree with Amber K. It looks really warm there, and I can’t wait to see the leaves, grass, shrubbery…you name it! We have about 40″ of snow laying on the ground here. Polly #20 got really lucky! Morocco sounds GREAT!!!!!!!!

  10. It is warm compared to all that snow you’ve been getting instead we have a lot of rain right now. Almost every day from November-February.

  11. I love the lemon tree picture but I would love to see more pictures from around the area. Morocco is a place I’d like to visit one day.

  12. I’d love to see more pictures and hear more stories about the area where you live. It’s such an exotic place, and not one where I’m sure I’ll ever be able to visit.