First, I thought I would share a map of Morocco, since even people who are good at geography might like a little visual. From Sande's blog, I know Sande, her husband and 2 sons flew to Malaga, Spain and took a ferry across to Tangier.
Our hotel, Dare Chchaouen had a fabulous pool that over looked the city.
I got up super early and walked through the dark streets alone. The only other person I saw the first 30 minutes was the garbage collector. Then the locals started coming out.
These carts and donkeys are used to haul everything through the medina in Marrakech and throughout Morocco.
Our last stop was the 3rd largest mosque in the world, Hassan II in Casablanca. It is the only mosque in Morocco that allows non-muslims inside. It took 10,000 craftsman and 6 years to complete and was absolutely a work of art.here. She gives more information about how they got there, guide company, and food they ate. So if you are the least big interested in Morocco, check it out. Maybe it will spur your interest in visiting someday.