Locals are very hospitable and friendly. Even a seller in an ordinary shop can treat visitors with a cup of tea or coffee. Make sure you do not reject such proposals, because your refusal can hurt a host. Many travellers say that locals seem to be rather curious. They can ask many questions concerning your work, social and material status during a conversation.
All the questions should be answered politely and with some restraint. Itâ€™s better to consider them not as a usual curiosity, but as a natural desire to know more interesting information about a new companion. While walking through the streets of Casablanca, vacationers can meet the so-called "guides" - locals who offer guide services to travellers. It should be noted that the services of these guides will be much more expensive than the services of official representatives of travel agencies. Therefore, itâ€™s better to refuse these obsessive offers politely, but if there is a need to ask locals for help, than you should definitely leave a reward for any help they provide.
We simply cannot fail to mention the reserved attitude of local people to alcohol. Drinking alcohol is accepted in specially designated areas only, and appearance on the street is a drunken state can be a serious reason for complaint. During the holy month of Ramadan, the sale of alcoholic drinks can be suspended in many restaurants and shops.