Jennifer (lilrocker227) wrote,


Plaza Djeema El-Fna in Marrakesh.  It is a huge square; the core of commerce for the city.  The medina is right down the road.  During the day, dozens of stands sell fresh fruit, fresh squeezed orange juice, dried nuts, etc.  At night, dozens upon dozens of stands set up long dining hall-style tables and cook up traditional Moroccan food - harira, couscous, on and on....

Near the Atlas mountain range.

Later that night, having a drink in a café overlooking Plaza Djeema El-Fna (Marrakesh)


Stop sign in Arabic. (Morocco´s official languages are Arabic and French). 

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