Tan-Tan: Moussem Festival

Tan-Tan: Moussem Festival

The Moussem of Tan-Tan, declared by the UNESCO as an intangible heritage site, is an annual festival that brings together than 30 nomadic tribes known as the, “Nomads of the Sahara”, from all over northwest Africa. Join Joel Barish and experience the special day of celebration of the Moroccan cultur

Fes: Homestyle Cooking with Deaf Locals

Fes: Homestyle Cooking with Deaf Locals

Joel Barish is invited to a Deaf family’s home for a home-cooked dinner. First, he joins them for food shopping at the Medina, and then he visits their riad, a traditional Moroccan house with a courtyard where he gets to enjoy their special dish with the chicken that they bought alive just few hour

Fes: Deaf Handicrafts Shop

Fes: Deaf Handicrafts Shop

Joel Barish meets two Deaf handicraft artisans and listens to their stories about the reality of running a vendor business in a challenging economy. (captioned)Thanks to Royal Air Maroc for the domestic travel sponsor: www.royalairmaroc.com

Fes: Deaf Fishmonger

Fes: Deaf Fishmonger

Joel Barish stops by a fish market to visit a Deaf fishmonger and gets the ‘taste’ of his job. A tip for you: the sardines can be quite tasty, only if you remove the bones first! (captioned)Thanks to Royal Air Maroc for the domestic travel sponsor: www.royalairmaroc.com

Fes: Deaf Shoemaker

Fes: Deaf Shoemaker

Morocco is famous for the colorful babouche slippers made with soft leather using the traditional techniques. Joel Barish meets a Deaf shoemaker and gets a custom-made slippers of his own! (captioned)Thanks to Royal Air Maroc for the domestic travel sponsor: www.royalairmaroc.com

Fes: Moroccan Metal Arts

Fes: Moroccan Metal Arts

Moroccans highly value their traditional handmade decorative metal arts for thousand of years because it requires steady hands, painstaking attention to detail, and many hours of patience to make them. Joel Barish takes you to a workshop where a Deaf artisan explains all about their famous hand cra

Fes: Tannery

Fes: Tannery

Have you ever wonder how the leathers were made? Joel Barish takes you on the tour of a leather tannery, where he meets a Deaf tanner and gets a lesson in how to tan animal hides. Beware, it is a smelly job! (captioned)Thanks to Royal Air Maroc for the domestic travel sponsor: www.royalairmaroc.co

Marrakech: Deaf Leather Maker

Marrakech: Deaf Leather Maker

Joel Barish concludes his journey in Marrakech with a visit to Deaf leather-maker’s workshop. Want to learn how leathers are made? (captioned)Thanks to Royal Air Maroc for the domestic travel sponsor: www.royalairmaroc.com

Marrakech: The Deaf Bread Baker

Marrakech: The Deaf Bread Baker

After the adventure in the bazaars, Joel Barish stops by Deaf bread baker, which has the only one fire oven in the whole town. Naturally, he became the baker for the town. Joel shows you how the bread are baked and distributed to the locals. (captioned)Thanks to Royal Air Maroc for the domestic trav

Marrakech: Adventure at the Historic Bazaar

Marrakech: Adventure at the Historic Bazaar

Marrakech is internationally renowned for its ancient bazaars with a thousand-year-old history, but are still very popular with locals and foreigners today. Joel Barish and his guide show you what the Moroccan bazaars look like and why they are so important in the Marrakech culture. (captioned)Than

Marrakech: Jemma el-Fnaa the Portable Marketplace

Marrakech: Jemma el-Fnaa the Portable Marketplace

Joel Barish arrives in Marrakech and starts his adventure in Jemma el-Fnaa, where the restaurants are set up and taken down as fast as less than an hour every day. His first meal concludes with meeting some cobras and their cobra charmers. (captioned)Thanks to Royal Air Maroc for the domestic trave