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    (Original post by lmaooome)
    Is Morocco nice?
    Things I love about my country:
    - the gorgeous landscapes, we’ve got beaches (sea and ocean), mountains where it snows, desert, rivers, lakes, forests
    - people are simple, kind and affectionate, for example when we greet someone we know, we either hug them or kiss them on the cheeks, and foreigners ive seen are always surprised 😂.
    - People are gonna invite you for tea after talking for a few minutes
    - literally everything is cheaper
    - we’ve got really really good food
    - it’s always sunny
    - we have this place in Casablanca which is ten times better than any Apple Store because you can fix literally anything (watch, phone, game station, tv, ...) in no time and for very little money
    - The history, culture and architecture

    Things I don’t like about my country:
    - people can sometimes be narrow minded and misogynistic, and it’s very annoying
    - The government doesn’t do **** and the public sectors of education and health are in a miserable state
    - Not a great country for girls
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    (Original post by thower)
    will i be behead if i go visit maroco no muslim?
    Of course not, thank God we’re not savages yet 😂
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    (Original post by Rits21)
    Things I love about my country:
    - the gorgeous landscapes, we’ve got beaches (sea and ocean), mountains where it snows, desert, rivers, lakes, forests
    - people are simple, kind and affectionate, for example when we greet someone we know, we either hug them or kiss them on the cheeks, and foreigners ive seen are always surprised 😂.
    - People are gonna invite you for tea after talking for a few minutes
    - literally everything is cheaper
    - we’ve got really really good food
    - it’s always sunny
    - we have this place in Casablanca which is ten times better than any Apple Store because you can fix literally anything (watch, phone, game station, tv, ...) in no time and for very little money
    - The history, culture and architecture

    Things I don’t like about my country:
    - people can sometimes be narrow minded and misogynistic, and it’s very annoying
    - The government doesn’t do **** and the public sectors of education and health are in a miserable state
    - Not a great country for girls
    I'm going to Morocco for 3 days after i come back from Egypt next year.

    It seems nice, but i agree many under developed countries still maintain misogynistic views but ugh we really can't do anything about that sadly.
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    (Original post by lmaooome)
    I'm going to Morocco for 3 days after i come back from Egypt next year.

    It seems nice, but i agree many under developed countries still maintain misogynistic views but ugh we really can't do anything about that sadly.
    Yeah :/ But you’ll still love it 😊
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    have you ever accidentally got harissa in your eye ?

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    have you ever accidentally got harissa in your eye ?

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    yess man knows his harissa. it is the pengest thing.
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    Awesome! I'm half Moroccan (but I'm not Arab, I'm Amazigh)
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    (Original post by Shahiriyo)
    Awesome! I'm half Moroccan (but I'm not Arab, I'm Amazigh)
    Tbh I feel like all moroccans are both arabic and amazigh, we’ve got mixed roots so yeah guess im half arab half amazigh ☺️
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    (Original post by Rits21)
    Tbh I feel like all moroccans are both arabic and amazigh, we’ve got mixed roots so yeah guess im half arab half amazigh ☺️
    Yeah that's true. What part of Morocco are your family from? Mine are from Ouzoud (near Azilal and Beni Mellal).
 
 
 
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