Although I was in the country for only three full days, I spent much of that time visiting exciting Morocco markets, medinas, and casbahs.
Here are some photos. At the end, some of the pictures might be sensitive. I will give a warning when you should stop.
Since I arrived in Marrakech (aka Marrakesh) in the late afternoon, I first visited the famous medina in the early evening. Although there are outside vendors in the plaza and in the meandering alleys, there are also stands inside structures.
The next morning, I booked a day trip to the Atlas Mountains. The first stop was a rural market. As you will see, they sold practically everything at this market.
I swore I did not seeing another westerner at the market. Thus I was surprised when I found this picture.
The fresh produce and spices at the Morocco markets were amazing.
The pictures from this point might be sensitive.
If you have stayed with me to this point, I appreciate it.
You certainly can leave now without seeing the rest of this post. If so, please return again tomorrow for another McCool Travel post.
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Anyway, without further delay, here are the final pictures from my Morocco Markets visit.
Final notification about potentially sensitive pictures after this point.
Have a great day!
If you have been to a butcher shop anywhere in the world, the first few pictures will not surprise you.
Then I found stalls that sold all parts of animals. Yes, even camels.
Have you been to Morocco markets? If so, tell me about it. If not, would you want to visit?