Marrakesh Nights

At night is the best place to visit if you do not have their own car. There are numerous live music venues, clubs, pubs African Chic, Music hall, are some of the trendy meeting places for young people. Eye on prices, outweigh the Europeans. In this type of premises you can drink alcohol so it is normal to find people drunk on the streets late at night, very careful with the car. The local fashion are also meeting places for prostitutes. In this topic we could spend more than one item. These are usually young women all Moroccan girls family and socially ostracized. Many are single mothers or wives abandoned by their husbands.

Addiction to drugs and alcohol is taking its toll on these beautiful women on the streets of Marrakesh in search of clients, Europeans and Moroccans, not always treat them with the respect they deserve. Are, however, with the Europeans, the few women to enjoy economic independence and freedom to leave alone for Night. The other side is just Gueliz of child beggars. It is commonly found at any time of day, but especially late in the morning, small / as badly dressed in rags begging at the doors of the bars. Contrast gives images worthy of mention in this Article: elegant gentlemen / as leaving the premises, prostitutes, bad calls of luxury, with their provocative short skirts and stiletto heels walking down a street full of barefoot and poorly dressed children are the most common picture of the modern Marrakech Nights . a As you can see, Marrakech is a fascinating city full of contrasts, where different cultures, languages, religions and lifestyles overlap and create a captivating kaleidoscope of images and sensations. For your accommodation, are of high quality and very cheap, especially the typical, charming and very affordable. They can also stay in a nice, closer to the field, where the landscapes are spectacular and the people welcome you with open arms. David Gonzalez-Company (Degree in Philosophy, University of Valencia (Spain), MA (Hons) Degree in Mental Philosophy, University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom), MA Degree in Comparative Literature, University of Washington (USA)) is a writer, journalist , educator and translator and has lived in several countries in Europe, North America and Africa.