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Moroccan hospitality at its best!
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Azrou, in Morocco's Middle Atlas Mountains, hosts it weekly market on Tuesdays.  One of the largest markets of its kind in the area, it supplies the locals with any and every shopping need.  Here is the livestock part of the market: two gentlemen concluding their mutual sale and purchase. 
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View from Sfiha Beach in Al Hoceima, Morocco.  "Peñón de Alhucemas" an island located just hundreds of meters off the coast in Northern Morocco, is one of three Spanish enclaves in Morocco.  It houses Spanish military and is not accessible to the general public.
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Riffi Straw Hats at a road-side stand on the way to Chefchaouen.  Straw hats with wide brims are a must throughout Morocco to shield from the hot Moroccan sun.  Those with colorful pompoms and yarn "streamers" are especially beloved among locals in the Chefchaouen in Morocco's northern Rif Mountain range.
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Mint Tea Tours' most recent Moroccan Travel Blog post: Top Things to Do and See (and Eat!) in Marrakech
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Mint Tea Tours latest Moroccan Travel Blog post: The pottery cooperatives in Ain Nokbi, just outside the medina of Fes, showcase the refined Fassi pottery and art of Moroccan tilework.
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Is Chefchaouen on your travel bucket list? Learn why it should be at: http://www.mintteatours.com/chefchaouen-moroccos-blue-city…/
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Traveling on your own in a foreign country can be challenging, and sometimes downright daunting.  Here are eight reasons why hiring a private driver for your travel to Morocco is a great idea.
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Learn why Fridays are THE day to eat couscous in Morocco!  
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View of Taza's Ville Nouvelle, from Bab er-Rih in the medina.
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