At the Jemma el Fna

At the Jemma el Fna

At these food and juice stalls, you’ll want some important phrases that any kindergartener should know:  please and thank you. When ordering at the stalls, employ afek (“please”) and shukran  (“thank you”) when ordering. You can also add in la deed (“delicious”) if you want to earn a smile. 

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