PHOTO: Traditional Mint Tea Served in a Home in Casablanca, Morocco July 10, 2021August 3, 2013 by Barbara Weibel SharePinTweetFlip
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Hi Barbara, I am surprised to see Hebrew on that bottle? You MUST take a peak at Yves St. Laurent garden in Marrakesh…..stunning. Also, we wandered down endless lanes in the souk, a bit scary but finally found the authentic, ancient HAMMAN we were seeking and it was fantastic……name? don’t know it, sorry, but I am sure there are many ‘old’ ones.
Hi Trixie: I did spend a couple of hours at the Yves St. Laurent garden – the colors there were magnificent, though hard to capture because we were there in midday. And I did go to a local hammam in Fez- what an experience that was!
So very beautifully presented, this could make a still life painting
I thought the same Heather, almost like a Renaissance painting!
That looks amazing! I recognize the peaches, but what is the other fruit?
Apricots, Queenie. And they were SO delicious!