- Fes – 1) bus tour of the town. 2) walking tour of the Fes el Bali medina. 3) cooking demonstration at a riad
- Volubilis (ancient Roman ruins)
- Rabat – quick drive-through and lunch
- Meknès – Les celliers de Meknès, a winery
- Kenitra – bus tour with lecture by Ibn Tofaïl University professor
- Casablanca – quick drive-through and pit stop at the Hassan II Mosque
- Marrakech – the Djemaa el Fna market square
Lively is the first word that comes to mind when i think about Morocco. It is called the land of contrasts, with its tall mountains and flatland, volcanic rock and sand, cedar and eucalyptus, cars and donkeys, jilbāb and western clothing, sunshine and fog. Orange and olive trees lined every street, with some beautiful jacaranda and eucalyptus trees dotting the village. There were cats everywhere, some wandering through medina alleyways, others napping in the afternoon sun. Stray dogs trotted around the village in small packs, rummaging for food. Donkeys grazed on the hills under the sweltering sun. Arabs, Berbers, mixed Arab-Berbers, Jews, and some French went about the town, speaking Arabic and French, carrying plastic bags in their hands and baskets on their heads, and riding bikes, donkeys, cars, and motorcycles. Everywhere you look, whether it’s an isolated alley or a busy street, there is life, and it is colorful.