Moroccoas paprika-colored sand dunes, ancient cities, snow-capped peaks, and beautiful coastlines are awaiting your visit. This beautiful country has ancient origins and much of its early culture still lives on. Step into the walls of the medina where you can barter for hand-woven Berber rugs, eat kebabs from pushcarts, and buy spices, fruits, cheese, and vegetables from local farmers. Visit the tannery in Fes where hides are transformed into colorful leather using ancient hands-on (and feet-on) methods. Relax in the coastal towns surfing in the Atlantic and eating fresh seafood. Before you leave, take a bumpy camel ride across the Sahara and a glide down the snowy Atlas Mountain slopes. Get ready; this book will take you on all these adventures and more!Arizona State University: World Weather/Climate Extremes Archive, aAfrica: Lowest Temperature, a ... Fodora#39;s Travel Intelligence: aMorocco Travel Guide, a http: //www.fodors.com/world/africa-and-middleeast/morocco/ Frommera#39;s: aMorocco, aanbsp;...
|Title||:||We Visit Morocco|
|Author||:||Amie Jane Leavitt|
|Publisher||:||Mitchell Lane Publishers, Inc. - 2012-09-30|