A shopkeeper and his son in Tangier’s medina
Every morning, bakers make bread – a staple of every meal in Tangier.
Women in Tangier buying and selling fresh ingredients.
Cats are everywhere in Morocco. This one, like most, was catching some rest in the middle of a long hot day.
This cat took shelter in the shade under a table at Café Hafa.
Many Moroccans leave leftover food out for the cats to eat.
A gentleman walks through the medina.
Looking out at the city from the Kasbah
In Chefchaouen, we saw some berber women resting at the market day.
Chefchaouen is known to many as the “Blue Pearl” because nearly every surface is painted in shades of blue.
One of the most famous alleys in Chefchaouen’s medina
A baker in Chefchaouen making some bread in a wood burning oven.
A covert and special look inside one family’s home in the Chefchaouen medina. (Thanks to a local gentleman showing us around who seemed to know every family.)
The blue walls are interrupted by brightly colored cloth.