Fabulous 'heart' of Marrakech. You will constantly be drawn back here at different times of the day. Be careful at night if you are a woman/women on your own, because the henna tattooists are likely to try and gram your arm and give you a tattoo, whether you want it or not. They then demand money for this. My daughter and I got caught but I told them from the outset that I would not be paying them and did not. However, if you do feel obliged to pay, do not give more than 50 Dirham for one hand. They will ask for anything between 200-600 dirham. The main concern though, is that they tend to mix hair dyes with the henna, so you can never be sure what is in their mixture!
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