As soon as we arrived, we settled in our rooms in the hotel. Then, while some people took naps, others of us took a quick tour of our first souk (outdoor market in tiny pedestrian walkways/streets). What an experience! You can buy anything at the souk from homemade nuggat (made right in front of you) to heads of animals (still bleeding) to mattresses for beds to beads to leather goods to knock-off popular French brands (like Longchamp purses) to pottery. You name it, you can find it. And, if you ever go, don't forget to haggle with the vendors.
A stand of tagine dishes/pottery. Tagine is a Moroccan recipe that can be made with sheep, chicken or vegetarian. It somewhat resembles a stew, but not really. This one had a piece of chicken sourounded by vegetables. You both bake it and serve it in the tagine dish. I ate my first tagine today for lunch (Friday). You will see a picture of that below as well.
While this is sold at the "souk", it is NOT something I would eat for lunch. What would you do with it?