Our first Moroccan lunch, in Rabat, the capital of Morocco.
Moroccan scenery had everything from mountains to valleys to deserts to oceans. This is on the drive from Rabat, the capital, to Meknes.
The bazaar in Meknes, one of the 4 imperial cities of Morocco.
Our living room in the riad where we stayed for the 3 nights in Fes. It had 18 foot ceilings, with marble and mosiacs and plaster carvings.
Roman ruins at Volubilis near the city of Meknes. There were a number of well preserved floor mosiacs at this site.
This time Debbie did buy a carpet, at the Kasbah in Rissani. It's the one with the multi-coloured squares on the floor in front of her.
And this is Debbie with Abdul, our guide in Rissani. The kasbah here is the largest in Morocco.
Debbie talking to our guide at the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca. The mosque is the 3rd largest in the world.
This is the minaret of the Hassan II Mosque, the highest in the world, taken from our hotel window in Casablanca.