Visiting an Arab Village for Mint Tea

One morning we took a guided walk from our hotel to a nearby Arab village. In the center of the village was a 4 star Bed and Breakfast built by a Belgium man handcrafted with the best of everything. In order to buy the property he had to build the village a mosque. Surrounding the hotel were one level houses built out of brick from mud and straw. We visited a family (see outdoor living area for mint tea and fresh baked bread. Surrounding the center room was 2 bedrooms for 5 kids and one tiny kitchen with an alcove for the cows and chickens.  February 2006 Morocco Marakkech 124.JPG


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Suzanne Saxe-Roux