What better story than one that's told from a bowl of bracelets?
Maybe an old leather bag?
Or a collection of wood slates.
The Marrakech souks are libraries, each item living as a book of history and culture. It all comes from a place and a time where everything meant something. And the best way to learn about each of those somethings is to say yes to the shop owner who offers you mint tea, setting up small stools in the center of his shelves of tradition.
The items in the souks are part of what keep the history of the wondrous and magical Moroccan culture alive. And then there are people like Hajj...
...one of Morocco's most known storytellers, collecting groups of people to share tales of morals and mysticism...
...while wearing his bright yellow babouches, of course.