As we crossed the Middle Atlas Mountains, we observed families enjoying a bit of snow
At lunch in Meknes. We had traditional Moroccan mint tea poured this way many times.
Meknes kasbah wall and Moroccans observing the tourists
A young Moroccan girl on her cell phone in front of the kasbeh in Meknes
Entrance to the kasbah in Meknes a city in northern Morocco and the sixth largest city of the kingdom. Meknès was the capital of Morocco under the reign of Moulay Ismail, before it was relocated to Marrakesh.
Woman walking outside the kasbah
Entrance to the kasbah
Another lady of Rabat relaxing in a downtown park
Another worker ensuring the beauty of the significant historic site in Rabat
A guard in the Mohammed V Mausoleum
Rabat street scene. Wondering what the young couple are discusing
Central Rabat street scene. Some of the women of Rabat
In the Safi medina
on the streets of Sidi Bouzid
On the streets of Sidi Bouzid
What a beautiful place for a quiet moment alone
Quiet walk along the Atlantic coast of Morocco
Another example of the variety of transport that we saw on the road from Essaouira to Casablanca
On the road from Essaouria to Casablanca.
Windsurfing kite. Essaouira is known as the "Windy City, Africa" because of the large number of windsurfers who come there to take advantage of the powerful wind gusts off the Atlantic.
Alone on the beach at Essaouria at dusk
Ever present "football"