42 Photos - Jul 31, 2014
Photo: In the spice shop.Photo: Yet another carpet shopPhoto: Narrow roadways.  Watch out for donkeys and motorcycles.Photo: My homestay front door is on the left.Photo: We studied Arabic at INLAC.Photo: The medina from a distance.Photo: The medina from a distance.Photo: One of the many gates entering the medina.Photo: Mosaics are everywhere.Photo: The view from a rooftop terrace.Photo: A small square in the medina.  Each square specializes in a certain product.Photo: Leather bagsPhoto: The tanneryPhoto: The tanneryPhoto: The tanneryPhoto: The tanneryPhoto: The tanneryPhoto: The tanneryPhoto: The tanneryPhoto: The tanneryPhoto: The tanneryPhoto: Tannery (Fez, Morocco)Photo: "Mind your head" is a common phrase around here.Photo: This bread is served at every meal.Photo: Trying on the local garments.Photo: Dates are everywhere.Photo: The bar keeps donkeys from passing down this section.Photo: Shops display their wares along the street.Photo: Public fountainPhoto: A tiny preschool in the medinaPhoto: Women who do not want to be seen by a man can look through the small round hole to see who is knocking on the front door.Photo: Very narrow alleyPhoto: Follow the narrow alley to get to these two addresses.Photo: Large door for summer, small door for winter.  Upper knocker for visitors on donkeys, lower knocker for visitors on foot.Photo: Balak!Photo: The calm courtyard of a mosque in the medina.Photo: Some sections are covered.Photo: The blue gate.Photo: Intricate iron workPhoto: Mosaics at INLACPhoto: The view from the terracePhoto: Another view from the terrace