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Morocco No 3.

Photographs of the things I viewed in the Souks.

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I finally sat and had a mint tea, grabbing the sun as much as I could.

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The last place I visited was the Museum and Gallery.

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I walked on tiles magnificent, trying to ignore my painful foot.

On to the photography Museum, a delicious late lunch fo Tanging Chicken

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And then I got totally lost, wandering and asking. Close to tears, I finally recognised my front gate and I was just in time to finish packing and leave for the airport.

It was one heck of a day, over 10 kms of walking. But it was inspiring.

5 Comments

  1. Lesley Campbell says

    Hello Pam. I just loved Morocco. The colours there are stunning and I found the Dying process amazing!! especially the smell!! Took lots of photos but haven’t done anything with them yet. we travelled round in our motor-home so were able to stay about a month.
    Look forward to seeing more photos. Really enjoyed meeting the local people as well.
    Lesley in Auckland NZ

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    • Lesley, I loved it too, I was leading a tour, so I didn’t do the wings I wanted to do most…. so I will go back with my husband and go back when its is warmer.

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