36 Hours in Essaouira: Things to Do and See

10 a.m. Hone your haggling skills

When you’re amassing exhibitions for your Museum of Obsolete Technologies, the teeming Sunday flea market (called the joutia) should be your first stop. A 10-minute walk from the Doukkala gate along Avenue Moulay Hicham, the sprawling, blockslong market abounds in old fax machines, calculators, clock radios, VHS players, slide projectors, turntables and other bygone gadgetry — to say nothing of cheap shoes, diapers, towels, chain saws, fruits and vegetables. Amid the chaff and sundry daily staples, you might also be lucky enough to find folk art, cow skulls, metal lanterns, hexagonal end tables and other cool knickknacks. Prices are open

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