Morocco partial map of Morocco Moroccan street Hassan II mosque, Casablanca Hassan II mosque Rabat a hotel we stayed at A very nice vase in the hotel. stork’s nest on a minaret The magical city of Chefchaouen, where the houses are painted blue. Chefchaouen market Street musician, Chefchaouen horse stables at Meknes The hand of Fatima Volubilis, an old Roman city with many well-preserved mosaics. We visited a weaving shop in Fes where weaving was done by hand on looms. Me in my Moroccan outfit. In the souk in Fes In the souk in Fes The dye works in Fes. It was snowing as we crossed the Rif mountains between Fes and Erfoud. At a factory near Erfoud where fossils were made into works of art. A stunning table made from fossils. Horse drawn carts were quite common in the markets. me on a camel Camels have a reputation of being evil-tempered but ours were well-behaved if aloof. Our desert camp, from high in the dunes in Erg Chebbi on the outskirts of the Sahara. Dades Gorge Women washing clothes in the Draa River in the Todras region. Farming in the fertile Todras region. How exotic can you get? A map of the area around Zagora in the Draa Valley. Ait Benhaddou, a wonderfully preseved heritage site. A carpet weaver. Carpet showroom near Zagora. We bought wonderful authentic Berber carpets here. A Berber bride’s chair. The bride is carried in an elaborate chair during the ceremony. Roadside pottery on the way from Ouarzazate to Marrakech. On the road between Ouarzazate and Marrakech. These pots are tiny, presumably to attract air travelers. In the souk in Marrakech. The scenery in Morocco was spectacular and varied. This was between Ouarzazate and Marrakech. A herbalist’s shop in Marrakech Marrakech architecture Some exquisite tile work. Marrakech market In the square in Marrakech. Water sellers in traditional costume in Marrakech. Fish market in Essaouira In Essaouira we all got henna tattos. From my hotel room in Essaouira Our last evening, back in Casablanca, we had a special dinner at Rick’s Cafe.