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A chosen exile

I landed in Australia in March, 2020, exactly six hours before quarantine was imposed on all travellers arriving into the country. I flew from Berlin with my new partner. We were looking forward to our first romantic holiday but instead ended up in lockdown with his family in Canberra — an intense way of meeting your in-laws!

The thought of returning home had crossed my mind but I couldn’t get to my parents’ place in Rabat, Morocco, as it had closed its borders, even to citizens. I couldn’t join my sisters either as Europe was in full

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