We had a very fancy hotel apartment, with its own pool.
The living room of the hotel.
The hotel apartment had a nice rooftop terrace.
One of the many mosques.
Various shots of the 'soques' (markets)
'La Place' - a very big open square with tonnes of activity.
Donkey and carts are very common.
date sellers at La Place
A tea room. Morcoccan mint tea is very refreshing and tasty.
the view from a rooftop
tea glasses in a shop
Jemaa el Fna, the main square
Mosque by La Place
Night time at La Place. We ate there two nights at open air restaurants. Very hectic but good.
This guy is selling snails or clams.
Fishing for soda bottles at Jemaa el Fna
A restaurant with a view overlooking Jemaa el Fna
in a public garden, with orange trees in the background.
This was in the spice market. They had every kind of spice and herb you could imagine. We met a very good salesman who sold us nearly everything, but I will now be cured for everything from insomnia to cancer thanks to him!