Hello everyone, my name is Lena Al Marshoud. My mom is Moroccan and my dad is Saudian .Like I always say Saudian by blood and Moroccan by heart! I have one brother and one sister; I live in Tangier with my mother and my brother and my sister but my dad lives in Saudi Arabia for work. He comes to see us twice a year. I’m 15years old and I study in a French school in the 10th Grade. Almost all my friends in school can speak three languages: French, English and Spanish. During the week I don’t have a lot of free time except for Wednesday afternoon or the weekend. But usually I listen some music, go gym, surf in the social networks or go out with my friends to watch a movie.
Our official language is Arabic. Moroccans speak a mixture of Arabic, Berber, English, and French. You’ll be fine with English and French in most of the larger cities, but you’ll probably need a translator in the rural parts of the country. Most Moroccans are friendly and honest, but be careful about pickpockets in any major city especially in crowded places like the markets. Most of shops and museums are closed on Friday morning.
The only thing that I would like to change is hospitals in Morocco whether public or private is the same things more than 60%of hospitals are unnecessary with almost no interest. Of course we are speaking of major diseases. I know that the greater part in Morocco travel to foreign depart to heal but we must also think for those who do not have the needs or enough money for medical treatments.