Morocco

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  • What NOT to do
  • What to do
  • When traveling with your Significant Other, do not hold hands or show any PDA while in public. It is considered very rude and offensive --Faithy
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  • In Ramadan, when people are fasting, you should not eat or drink in front of them. You can do this in private. --Mustapha
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  • You should not drink alcohol in public places, except in bars.. --Mustapha
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  • When invited to a house don't come wearing shorts. --Mustapha
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  • It seems careless and offensive to wear casual clothes for a wedding. --Mustapha
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  • As a tourist, expect that local people, especially in small villages, would keep staring at you for a while. So don't be offended. Most people in villages are very generous and welcoming. --Mustapha
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  • People eat in one plate. Eat just in the area in front of you. Don't eat from another one's area. --Mustapha
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  • Never reject a gift that is given to you. Moroccan people are generous and like to give gifts. --Mustapha
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  • Don't start eating until the host gives you the permission to do so. Remember not to eat with your left hand. --Mustapha
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  • You should not drink alcohol in public. It's prohibited. --Mustapha
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  • In the Souks, keep bartering! Set the price you want to pay and start at a lower price. Be prepared to walk away. If the stall holders think you're asking a fair price, they will call you back to complete a sale. --Bernie
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  • Wash your hands before eating, for most people don't use forks and spoons. --Mustapha
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  • Take off your shoes before entering the living room in a home. --Mustapha
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  • when entering the mosque or a place that is considered sacred, you should take off your shoes and show respect by showing good manners. --MUSTAPHA
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  • Bring some gifts to a wedding you are invited to. People bring packets of sugar and give some money to the spouses. --Mustapha
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  • Make sure you are wearing pants when invited to a house. --Mustapha
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  • Before buying something, try different store to make sure that the price is the same. Some sellers when they see a tourist they raise the price. --Mustapha
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  • You should taste the delicious Tajine and couscous and drink the amazing mint tea. --Mustapha
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  • Wear a suit or Moroccan traditional clothes for a wedding. --Mustapha
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  • When entering the mosque or a place that is considered sacred, you should take off your shoes and show respect by showing good manners. --MUSTAPHA
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