People Watching in Marrakech

Jemaa el Fna. Image: Getty
Jemaa el Fna. Image: Getty

The sun is beginning to set and the central hub of the Medina is already filling with locals and tourists. Mesmerised by the colourful display, I people-watch to a soundtrack of distant, beating drums; a snake charmer’s shrill flute; and the hum of voices — friends chatting, and cigarette-toting vendors hawking a dizzying array of wares that even include human teeth….

Read More: I Heart Africa

This feature was published in National Geographic Traveller (UK), The Africa Collection

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