Many Moroccans have the certainty of having definitely joined modernity. A visible and evident "modernity", some like to repeat. Of course, it is clear that the middle class is more into to the consumption of modern capital goods, that there is a good highway system, urban mega-projects and tramways in Rabat and Casablanca. For instance, there is a belief if projects manage to “bring in” globalisation then it will stimulate growth, generate employment, and bring about development which will benefit to everyone. It is all about the promise of a better world. However, by walking in the medina's or driving only a couple kilometers away from the major urban centers, we make a journey in time. We find the excluded Morocco to which we turn our back, the one that is often stigmatised, marginalised and despised. Errances is an attempt to tell a story that has to be told now, due to the wide contrasts existing between the rural world and the peripheral urban areas on one side and the large cities on the other. This series documents the Morocco that is falsely considered archaic and instead is solidly anchored in millennial traditions, from which there is so much to learn and that we can not neglect in our march towards the future.