Be entertained

Be entertained

In the evening, my Moroccan friends can often be found at the square listening to storytelling (in Arabic), playing games (involving strength challenges or hand-eye coordination), listening to the musicians, or watching the transvestite dancers. Come with change in your pocket, as this is how these folks make a living. 

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