This was our last day in Marrakech. Half way through our shopping we went back to our riad to drop off our finds passing an open area featuring food items for sale. The chickens were so fresh they were still alive:
An escape attempt:
We decided to have lunch at first restaurant we visited upon our arrival, ordering a sampling of Moroccan salads, fried appetizers and murguez, spicy Moroccan sausage (not as good as we can get in Vancouver).
Went back through the souks to experience the main square, Jamaa el Fna, at sunset.
It was a zoo, literally, snake charmers and monkey tamers and a variety of side shows and tons of people.
There were food booths, five in a row featuring snails:
We made our way through, past a lantern seller:
... to have our last dinner in Morocco. We ordered a platter of mixed grilled veggies and our most delicious tagine of dried figs and lamb, with a bottle of African wine, a great way to end our whirlwind Moroccan vacation.