Jestli chcete do Maroka tak tam klidně jeďte, když pár lidí odmítnete tak se nic neděje(až na pár hodně velkejch otrapů-viz moje příběhy dříve), ale pokaď budete chtít zaplatit za služby nebo věci tolik kolik opravdu stojí a ne být "ojebán" jako kolega na každém kroku(i vědomě a bez řečí, čím bych se já osobně nechlubil), tak se připravte na spoustu hádání, agresivitu, občas i nadávky atd. atd.... Aneb bez plný šrajtofle peněz, do Maroka jako běloch nelez Ty lidi vás totiž vidí jenom jako blbý bohatý evropský bankomaty... Přidám ještě jeden příběh z tripadvisoru, který vystihuje jak to tam chodí:
I have just returned from Marrakech, and it has to be the most annoying place that I have ever visited. I asked someone in the Medina where the museum was, and he wanted 50 Dirham before he would tell me. Having got lost, someone else wanted 50 Dirham to show me where to get a taxi. I got a taxi, which showed 12.50 on the meter - the driver wanted 50 Dirham. I booked a day trip for 200 Dirham - suprise, suprise, it cost 250 Dirham. I went into a shop and bought two packets of mint tea which were advertised as being 50 Dirham each. The total cost was 150 Dirham. The owner said that he'd made a mistake because it was Ramadan. I had a meal which cost 120 Dirham including service. The waiter started shouting at me that I should give him another 50 Dirham tip. I go for a camel ride, but the local children will not stop throwing stones at the poor animal's head unless I give them 50 Dirham. I give a beggar 8 Dirham in Jemaa-el-Fna Square. She screams that I should give her fifty. And on and on 'till we agree a price of 100 Dirham for the taxi to the airport. When we get there the driver says he will call the police if I don't give him 150. What exactly is the problem? It can't be a Muslim tradition because we've never had this problem in Tunisia or Egypt. Is it a local tradition to antagonise tourists, because this is the only time, in visiting over 60 countries, that I have come across such nasty behaviour ?