All good things must come to an end...although I have to admit I don't really get the hype about Marrakech. You can tell the city's main focus lays on the tourists. The "big square" (Jemaa el-Fnaa) offers you overpriced dried fruits, nuts and spices (go to little shops in more local neighborhoods and you may save up to 60%). Additionally you'll find little monkeys on leashes, snake charmer and loads of horse-drawn carriages...who in the right state of mind would support that?! Exactly, stupid tourists. Apparently being dressed appropriately isn't really a thing for tourists in Marrakech either, are shorts and crop tops really necessary?! The medina in Marrakech isn't traditional at all, you have to pass souvenir, shoe and handbag shops every single time you enter it. There are no cute little stalls that offer authentic Moroccan dishes like in the medina of Rabat. The cafés and restaurant have menus in English here, that's a bad sign since all the authentic restaurants only had menus in Arabic and French. There is a marketplace in the northern part of the medina, you won't find many tourists there. Unfortunately once you're up there the locals wanna direct you to the "big share". They don't really expect tourists to be interested in that part of town. Same applies for taking local buses, not many tourists use public transport, it's a great way to interact with locals which are super friendly but they all wanna navigate you to the "big square". Don't spend money on those hop on/hop off buses, they charge around 20$, the local buses only cost 0,40$ per ride. Get used to beggars that even approach you at your table in restaurants, it's really sad but they're everywhere in Marrakech (you won't find as many in Casablanca and Rabat). Casablanca is a gigantic construction site, be careful to don't trip or end up falling in one of the many deep holes around the city. Rabat was my favorite city, historic districts plus the sea is a perfect combination. Overall I am really glad I've travelled to Morocco. It was a country I've always wanted to see, sure it haven't always met my expectations but I was also rewarded with many wonderful unexpected moments. 🤷🏽♀️
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De l'art dans les églises. Une église comme lieu public d'exposition ? Je trouve ça superbe. Après tout, passer la porte d'un lieu de culte est, pour beaucoup (moi comprise), uniquement un acte culturel, une curiosité architecturale ou un besoin d'Histoire.
Alors cette belle oeuvre contemporaine, je l'ai louée et accueillie à bras ouverts.