Resolved Question: Study abroad in Morocco
Hi. I am thinking of studying abroad in Morocco or Egypt (Cairo) in the near future. I have always loved Middle Eastern/ North African culture and cannot wait to travel there! However, my mom has a concern. I am a redhead (think Jessica Chastain) and she is worried that I'm going to stand out so much that this will cause problems for me. I'm learning Arabic, but I don't think this will really help me in this case. Is it disrespectful to wear a scarf around your head (not hijab)if you are not Muslim? I figured it was fine, but have read otherwise too. Can I expect a lot of harassment or unwanted attention? What can I do to prevent it? I'm aware about sunglasses, wearing modest clothes, and minding my own business. I also will be extremely safe and cautious when choosing transportation and what water I drink, ect. I also refuse to dye my hair.
Any thoughts, help, or insight would be appreciated. Thanks!
Posted on 31 May 2013 | 4:55 am
Resolved Question: Any ebayers from morocco?
I just recently moved to morocco and I would like to continue selling on eBay. Anybody selling on eBay from morocco? If so what type of items are they selling and how long shipping takes to North America?
Posted on 27 May 2013 | 12:21 am
Resolved Question: Developing morocco's?
how long does it take a country like morocco to become a developed nation. not as developed as america or France but developed enough.
Posted on 17 May 2012 | 10:34 am
Resolved Question: I would like to Visit
I would like to visit Morocco this summer. Is it safe for me to travel by myself? Which places are the most exciting to visit? I am travelling for 2weeks and don't really now where exactly I should go at the moment. Which is the Best route to start and finish. Please include which cities you feel I should see or use for my travel. This is my first time there. I appreciate your help. Also include any useful websites.
1 week ago
Posted on 16 February 2012 | 9:08 am
Resolved Question: Hand holding in Morocco?
Handholding is only usually seen as a platonic gesture between the same sexes in Morocco. Does that only pertain just for Moroccans, or does that also apply to foreigners.
Moroccan and Foreigner
Foreigner and Foreigner
Like male male and female female.
I am doing a presentation for a class on body language and interaction.
Posted on 8 December 2010 | 6:25 pm