If you ever happen to be in Marrakech, you have to visit the souks. But make sure not to get lost in the endless dark alleyways and learn to bargain. Personally, I am not the best at bargaining, but my aim was to go home with pieces that would remind me of the amazing time in Morocco for a price that felt right. I exchanged 50€, which is about 500 Dirham before heading to the souks. My first stop was for a typical Moroccan tea pot. I prefer coffee to tea, but the mint tea we had at the hotel was delicious and I wanted the souvenir as a vase for our home. Off I went, and proudly returned with a pretty little pot for 170 Dirham (=17€). Then the bargaining-queen aka Özlem came along and scored 2 of the same tea pots for a total of 150 Dirham. That’s how it works in the souks – no price is final and there is always room for a better deal. In the end however, I was happy with all the goodies I scored and felt that I paid a good price – and that’s all that should matter when you visit the souks. My proudest bargain are those six pretty tea glasses for a total of 12€, and how nice is the silver tray?!