Here's a typical scene in Chefchaouen's main square Plaza Uta el-Hammam, where elderly men gather to chat and watch the tourists go by.
Man in main square, Chefchaouen, Morocco
© Sjaak Zijlma
The man in this picture is wearing a traditional jellaba. This garment is worn by both men and women in Morocco and is traditionally made of cotton and silk or wool. The garment is worn over regular clothes and is worn outside the house. Most jellabas have a pointy hood which is worn to keep warm as well as cool in the sunshine.