Exploring Morocco (3)

Enjoying local food at Morocco. This is the most reputed traditional restaurant in Rabat. Exotic dining experience accompanied by local music. The aged man in the last picture is in charge of leading the way for customers, with a lantern in his hand; it is because the restaurant resides deep into a lane, which makes it very difficult for new customers to find. The way they make tea reminds me of Sichuan Restaurant. Oh, and their chicken tastes great!

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One thing special about Morocco is the assorted styles of slippers. They all seem to enjoy walking in slippers. The dresses are styles of local ethnic groups. And the mask reminds me of the Nuo drama in China, but it seems like their designs of mask are more succinct.

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Natural dyes made from plants

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Remember the Turkish lamps? Well, Morocco also produces large amounts of beautiful lamps. This is how the lamps look like before they are decorated. Making lamps is an important skill in Morocco, and it is a very useful skill in especially in home textile industry. That’s why so many people making a living making lamps!

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A glance at local people’s life. It really looks like Xinjiang for a moment.

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