One blogger living in Morocco commented in a recent post that while walking around it seems she is always chasing after someone wearing a red Djellaba - typical Islamic modest attire.
In the travel books I keep reading about souks, the traditional commercial centers in the medinas of Arab and Berber communities. Haggling has been the tradition for centuries, and many beautiful handmade and well-crafted items are up for purchase.
Moroccan cities used to have thriving entertainment centers in their cities, where snakecharmers, acrobats, storytellers and other entertainers would enchant locals and tourists alike. These centers are disappearing as we enter the modern age, but in Marrakech's Djema'a al Fna these traditions are still alive.