|Rug merchants, Fes.|
|Susan dressed up inside a weaving store somewhere in the souk.|
Want some rugs, slippers, shoes, jewelry, DATES, weaving and cloth - or about any other thing you could think of? It’s in some alley somewhere. But just try and find your way back out!
Berber Villages (Meknes-Tafilalet)
|Our group had lunch in a Berber village.|
|Two friends in our small tour group playing dress-up inside the Berber village.|
|Ouarzazate, nicknamed the "door of the desert"|
|Our “rock” hotel was like a fort!|
|Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou outside Ouarzazate in the walled Berber communities of the South of Morocco.|
|Marrakech market square|
|Susan bought some green plates here.|
|Susan and Tom with camel.|
We all got various stomach problems in Morocco. There was a Burger King near our hotel in Marrakech. An exotic one, of course, but just what we needed. We got dinner there. Mmmmmmm.
Essaouira is on the Atlantic coast of Morocco. It is a beautiful city – historic French and colonial.
|One of the many shops in the Essaouira medina. (Medina is an old Arab word for the non-European part of a North African city.)|
|Viagra for men and women available in the Medina..|
|Susan sees a totally torn up violin in a case at a museum in Essaouira.|
|And yes, there are goats that climb in the trees and eat stuff along the roads….|