We've searched the stores and online bazaars (such markets are called souks in Morocco) to find you the most unique Moroccan accents.
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Haggle over a beautiful piece of merchandise in Morocco and you might just be asked to negotiate over a refreshing glass of mint tea. What civilized shopping! In fact, tea is a really important part of Moroccan hospitality, something we could use a bit more in our own homes. And what a way to drink tea: in beautifully decorated glasses from www.berberimports.com.
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