What fabulous photos of a very exotic place, Gattina. I love to visit countries thst are so different from our western culture.
Thank you for showing me more of another culture. It is interesting to note that the women don't all wear the scarf. We have quite a lot of Muslims living close to the school where I work. Many of them wear all the gear.
wow so greati havent seen camels in my entire lifethanks for sharing gattinaby the wayi just tagged you herehttp://bluedreamer27.blogspot.com/2009/06/reason-why-i-love-to-blog.htmlshare your reason why you love to bloghave a great day and happy blogging
Oh Gattina! These are fabulous! I have to say - I love the shot of the "ghosts" as you call them! But I do understand how their backward ways would bother the women of modern thinking!Today Luz has the opportunity for her very FIRST pony ride! She is sO excited she can NOT sit still! WHEN will it be time to GO Nana??? Weeeee will SEE if she actually SITS upon that pony once we get there!!! :)
fun-tastic trip indeed
This looks like a wonderful place to visit. Love the scarf too, it looks lovely as well as being useful.
Camel rides. How cool!
They want money for a picture, did you know that? I almost got in trouble photographing a kid at work in one of the souhcks!Very exotic pictures, Gattina, you reall have seen some of the hidden places it seems!
Wow! It's always exciting for me to see other cultures. Thank you so much for sharing!
What and exotic adventure.You as a Berber is most astonishing.Thanks for sharing all these memorable moments.
I would so love to learn how to wrap the scarves like that Gattina.You should make a post on your blog with step by step directions on the 'how' to do it.You look marvelous.
Since I can no longer travel I am really thankful when you take us on your trips. Your pictures are wonderful and I almost feel like I was there.
This is so cool Gattina and the colour contrast is so vivid :D Love your scarf :)
I think Arthur will not recognize you with your turban! LOL!What splendid photos. It looks like you had a wonderful time!
Vey intersting to walk in places with the local population!I see you were in Marocco like a fish in water!
very nice shots.You look very young and happy.Exploring new worlds is a lot of fun.
Interesting post indeed! I'd love to go to Morocco. Perhaps I will oe day..... You look so good in your red scarf, so I totally understand you :-)
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