Evernote and other technologies I used when I was in Morocco.

I just got back from Morocco, but the trip almost didn’t happen. When we arrived at the airport, my wife noticed that her phone was missing. So, all communication exchanges with the travel agency were gone.

No worries, Evernote came to the rescue and saved the day. I mean, the whole week. As I have already shown in past videos, I was also saving everything in Evernote. Our boarding passes and all instructions were available in offline notes.

But Evernote was not the only technology I used. I also had a saved Google Map of Marrakech, offline French and Arabic Google Translate dictionaries, a Canon App that would grab the geolocation of the pictures I was taking with my camera, and, of course, I had to have fun with my watch’s GPS.

I used my Garmin Instinct 2 to track all our walks, and at the end of each day I saved statistics and a picture of the watch showing how much battery was left. I also tested the navigation back to the hotel, and it worked like a charm.

The experience with all these tech was so cool that I’m tempted to work on a video about it using a week of data and a journal I now have in my Evernote. And, of course, Morocco itself was an astonishing experience.

Thank you so much for your support in 2022!
I wish you and your family a wonderful year ahead.

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