Morocco - it is an ideal destination for a holiday in the most diverse tastes. Boundless sandy beaches, fresh light breeze waiting fans soak up the sunshine. This is an opportunity to race on the motocross bike through the vast expanses of scorched earth, drink Bedouin evenings fragrant coffee in the company of wild nomadic Berbers - this is only possible in Morocco!
Morocco - a country with total area of 446.6 thousand. Sq. km, is located in the west of North Africa. In the east and south-east it borders with Algeria, in the south - with Western Sahara. To the north by the Mediterranean Sea to the west - the Atlantic Ocean. From Europe country separates a narrow Strait of Gibraltar.
The country is sublime, from the south-west to north-east crossed the mountains of the Atlas. Atlantic coast over the plain, with a broad band of beautiful beaches, the Mediterranean is mountainous, with a variety of rock masses, moving to the sea. On the Mediterranean coast of Morocco are two Spanish possessions - Ceuta and Melilla.
The capital Rabat.
Morocco - a unique country. Located at the intersection of Islamic and European cultures, the population of ancient Arab and Berber tribes, which lies on the border of the largest desert in the world and the most green of the mountains of Africa, this rather small area boasts a wide variety of attractions. Wonderful beaches of the Atlantic coast and the rocky cliffs of the Mediterranean coast, the snow of the High Atlas, surrounded by pine forests and evergreen oak forests, picturesque gorges of mountain rivers, numerous monuments of culture, ancient traditions of indigenous peoples, as well as great gifts by local artists - all this attracts more in Morocco 2 million. tourists a year.
Rabat ("Ribat" - "fortified monastery") - the political center of the country and the residence of the King, one of the major centers of Arab culture and education, founded in XII-XIII centuries. on the site of the ancient Roman city of Sala. The architecture of the city, which perfectly combines the traditional elements of Moorish and modern trends, blends harmoniously with the surrounding landscape, giving it a white and blue city a unique appearance. There are literally hundreds of interesting places - the "old town" ("Medina"), Kasbah Udaya (X-XII centuries.), Great Mosque (XII century.), The oldest mosque in the city on the street JI (1150, rebuilt in the XVIII century), the mosque Moulay el Mecca, Moulay Slimane (1812), al-Fath al., remains of the mosque Yakub al-Mansur (1196, once the largest mosque in the East - 2.5 hectares, 19 rooms, 14 gates, 400 columns) with "Hassan Tower" (44 m.), ancient walls and the miraculous power of the necropolis Shelley, mausoleum, which contains the tombs of the kings of the Fifth and Muhammad Hassan II, King's Palace (1864), etc. . g.
In the city a huge number of museums - the Museum of Antiquities, the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Moroccan Arts, Ethnographic Museum (Museum of Folk Crafts) in a late XVII., Art Gallery of the gate Bab Ruach ("Gate of winds"), the Natural History Museum, the original Postal Museum and so on. d. On the other side of the river Bou Regreg is the ancient Sale, which are considered the main attractions of the Great Mosque, madrasa (1333) and the famous place of pilgrimage - a Muslim chapel of Sidi Ab-dallaha ben Hassouna, surrounded by a maze of narrow streets and covered walkways. 13 km. north of Rabat are gardens, broken in 1951 by Frenchman M. Francois, where there are more than 1,500 species of plants from around the world. 9 km. south of the capital is spread excellent National Zoo.
Marrakech - one of the most popular tourist areas in the country. The city is divided into two clearly different from each other part - the historic district of the medina and residential district Gueliz. Center of Marrakech surrounded considered "Riad" Koutoubia Mosque (XII century.) With a huge minaret (77 m. Altitude), and Djemaa el Fna, and which differ from all the major streets. Some of the most interesting sites of the city are the mausoleum of the founder of Marrakech - Yusuf bin Tashfin beyond which lie the magnificent gates of Bab Agvenau, opening the passage to the casbah Almohad mosques Golden Apples (Kasbah Mosque) and the tombs of the Saadian dynasty. Interesting gate Bab gerim (XVI century), The ruins of the once magnificent palace of El Badi ("Peerless"), madrasah and mosque Ben-Yusuf, Kubba al Baadiyn (XII century.) "Jewish Quarter" Milla - the focus of markets and synagogues, the palace Dar el Gdaui, Zawiya Sidi Abd-al-Aziz, Sidi Bel Abbas (1605, one of the most popular places of pilgrimage) and Sidi Slimane al-Jazuli near the gate of Bab Tagzut, the mausoleum of Sidi al-Suhail (one of the seven saints of Marrakech), fountain Muasin (the largest fountain in Marrakesh, 1570), the Bahia Palace ("Palace Beauties", 1880-87), the gate of Bab Falkten, Bab el-Kemis , Bab el-Nkob ("secret door"), Bab Dzhdid, Bab Sidi Rharb, Bab Tagzut et al. worth visiting royal palace Dar el Makhzen, which currently houses the official residence of his Majesty (closed to the public), the palace Dar Said (XIX century, now a museum of Fine Arts), a fountain Eshrob-in-Shouf ("ispey and admire"), Menara gardens of the same Palace, the Opera House, the mosque of El-Apgyaca, Bab Doukkala, Muasin (1573), the walls of the old fortifications (height 8.10 m., 202 rectangular tower), and others.
Marrakesh markets ("bitches") - this is something special! Usually open from 8.30 to 20.00, and they themselves are the attractions, as well as allow you to live to get acquainted with the manners and customs of the country, but still inexpensive (if known ability) to get a great lot of souvenirs and beautiful products of local artisans. A quarter of the markets stretches around the Jemaa el Fna, spice market is close to Piazza Rabah Kedima market musicians Kimahin lies beyond the gates of the same name on the street of Bab Doukkala. Also interesting markets Dyers, copper, jewelers and El-Kebir, the Shuar, Ksheshbiya, Hadadin (blacksmith), Shraytin (leather), MMAP (shoemakers), El Khan, Simarin, Atarin, Rabia (market of carpets), El Maaziah (market products from goat skin), El Btana (products from sheep skin) Larzal (wool), fruit and vegetable market on Znekt Rahba, antiques market "lamp of Aladdin", indoor Central Market on Avenue Mohamed V, 3 wholesale market in the garden Majorelle and many other shopping malls and markets.
The city has many museums, among which the most interesting museum of Dar Si Said in the same palace, a fascinating exhibition of Moroccan folk art at the "House tsikivina" outside Dar Bahia, Museum of Islamic Art Majorelle, a small Ethnological Museum Bert Flint et al.
At 75 km from the town is the famous ski resort (altitude - 2600m., The snow is more than 5 months of the year), and has excellent conditions for hiking, horseback riding and golf.
Casablanca ("White House") - the largest port, business and industrial capital of Morocco, located on the Atlantic coast south of the capital. There are offices of almost all major Moroccan companies and banks. And at the same time - this is an ancient city, revived at the end of the XVIII century. at the behest of Sultan Mohammed Ben Abdallah and having a long history of violent, has left its mark on his appearance.
"Old Casablanca" - a maze of narrow streets surrounded by arcades and mud houses in traditional Arabic style, and in fact - an endless eastern market. It is divided into so-called "old medina" with its mosque Shleh and markets, and a "new medina", known by dozens of mosques, luxurious residence of the Pasha Mahakma du Pasha (now the Palace of Justice and receiving Government Affairs), monumental boulder Cathedral Notre Dame (Our Lady of Lourdes church, 1956), and so on. d. also interested in the park of the Arab League (the largest in the city), Sacré-Coeur, the calling card of the city - the Great Mosque of Hassan II (the second largest in the Islamic world after the mosque in Mecca, 1993), bazaars Habbus quarter, one of the largest casinos in the world - a rarity for the Islamic world and the beautiful park of ISESCO. Center of the modern city is the United Nations - the intersection of major city streets, the center banks, cinemas, cafes and elegant shops. There is always bubbling so rare in the East and the secular nightlife. Very successful and harmonious ensemble Place Mohammed V includes the Palace of Justice, the building of the prefecture, mail, the French Consulate, a small park and musical fountain.
Casablanca is located near the ruins of the ancient city of Anfa, the resort town of Ain-Diab and over the resort strip along the Atlantic coast, stretching up to Temari and Mohammedia and available only for Muslims ancient kubba Sidi Abd al-Rahman.
Fez ("pick", "hoe") is a religious and cultural center of the kingdom, as well as its former capital. It ran the prophet Mohammed, when in Mecca he was in danger, and now it is one of the most famous resort towns of the country, rightly proud of its rich history. Like all the Moroccan city of Fez is divided into two parts - the "old" Fes el-Bali and the "new" Fes el Jadid, where the summer palace of the king. Old Town isolated ancient walls and a population of about 9400 is very narrow streets and alleys. Located on Palace Square Royal Palace, the former Arsenal (now here working factory), the stately gate, Bab-DEAS (XIV century) And many old buildings. Very interesting gardens Boo Dzhelud and gate Bab Bou Dzhelud mosque Moulay Idriss the tomb of Idris II, who is considered the founder of the city (IX century, one of the most protected relics - non-Muslims and animals are not even allowed to approach her), madrassas Bu Inanna with chimes XIV century. Gazlean mosque, madrasa and Attarine Sherratin (1670), Karaouine mosque (IX cent., is closed to non-Muslims), which houses the famous University of Fez, one of the oldest in the world, as well as medieval karavan- hey - "fonduki" Tsetaunin and Nedzharin (XVII century.). No less interesting is the Dar Batha Palace (XIX century., Now houses the Museum of Arts and Traditions of Fez), Andalucian mosque (IX-XIII centuries). Mellah Jewish quarter, the jewelry market at the gates of Bab Smarin and so on. D.
"New Area" Fes el Jadid started to be built next to the ancient medina in the XIII century. Here are the most interesting complex of the royal palace of Dar el-Makhzen area of 100 hectares, "potter's quarter" at the gates of Bab Ftuh whose products are well known outside the country, as well as a huge "tanners quarter." In the city, the outskirts of which are located almost in the foothills of the Atlas, is one of the first modern thermal centers in the country, and tours starting here in the scenic surrounding mountains, is quite popular among tourists.
Meknes lies south-west of Fez and is often called the "Moroccan Versailles". "The old town of Moulay Ismail" - the heart of Meknes, situated on a hillside and surrounded by a 25-kilometer wall, because of which look out numerous minarets of mosques. The main attractions are the huge gate Berdain, Bab el Khemis, Bab el-Rethi and Bab Mansour, the ruins of the palace of Dar-Kebir, a huge stone basin Agidal building Dar-el-Ma ("house of water"), a prison of Kara (Christian prison), madrasas Bou Inan (1358), Sidi Aissa kubba mosque Sidi Said (XVIII century) and the Ethnographic Museum in the beautiful buildings of Dar Jamai (XIX century).
At 31 km. from Meknes are the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Volubilis (II-III centuries.), located at the foot of the mountain Zerhouni. This is the most beautiful and expressive ruins of the Roman period in Morocco. Excavated and partially restored Capitol (217), the Basilica, the Forum, the Arch in honor of the Emperor Caracalla (217), the terms of almost 1000 square meters. m., houses of rich citizens, "the home of Orpheus" and "the house of Venus," as well as dozens of stunning mosaics. 4.5 km. Volubilis is located on the cult place of pilgrimage for Moroccans - the mausoleum of Moulay Idriss in the homonymous village.
In the north, near the "throat" the Strait of Gibraltar, is a popular resort of Tangier. This is the "cool" resort in the country - all year round warm and dry, and cool ocean breezes bring. In appearance it is a typical Mediterranean town - flat roofs cascades down from the hill topped by a minaret to the sea. In addition to the stunning beaches and excellent service, one of the main attractions of the city - the markets and bazaars. In the center is the Grand Socco ("Grand Bazaar"), where late is reckless and noisy bargaining, show their art numerous snake charmers, trainers, magicians, and so on. N. Thursdays and Sundays works great bazaar near lined with multicolored tiles mosque Sidi Bou Habib (1917). Interesting antiques market near Kasba area, as well as weaving in the depths of the market of Medina and "market smugglers" in an old caravanserai.
Of the most interesting monuments of the Great Mosque, the Church of St.. Andrew Mendubiya luxurious gardens, white palace of Dar el-Makhzen (1684, now here are the Museum of Ancient History and the Museum of Moroccan Arts), a treasure trove of Bit Sultan al-Mal, a palace sultans (now - the summer residence of the King of Morocco), the mosque Ayssau, Kasbah Udaya, the gate of the Kasbah, Bab Fahs, Bab el Assa et al., as well as the picturesque narrow streets of the medina. In the city of a huge number of museums - the Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Moroccan American diplomatic mission in the old Mission of the United States, the Museum of Military Miniatures Forbes (about 120 thousand. Models of soldiers and pan the most famous battles), the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Ethnography and others.
Destinations represent one over the resort area - from Asilah to Tetuan runs a whole series of secluded coves and small, but very clean, sandy beaches. 40 km. from Tangier is Azela town - once a formidable fortress, and today one of the most elite resort areas of the country. The main attractions of the city - Kasbah Azela, Medina and the palace of the sheriff's Ahmed el Raysuni. Somewhat to the east lie the ruins of the ancient city of Cotta, and with numerous headlands and hills around Tangier a spectacular picture of Gibraltar to the Spanish coast seen in the distance. Very popular Capes Spartel and Malabata, Caves of Hercules, as well as hiking and horseback excursions along the spurs of the mountain range Reef.
Lying in the center of the Atlantic coast of the country Agadir - Morocco Best Atlantic resort, famous for its endless sandy beaches and excellent climate - air temperature even in December descends here below + 22 C, in summer, thanks to the cool Canary Current, there are no sweltering heat and at the same time 300 days a year the sun shines here. Agadir beach stretches a broad band around 13 km, almost anywhere you can find any of the "sea" of recreation - sea fishing, windsurfing, diving, horse thoroughbred horses on the beach, golf, tennis, paragliding, etc..
Old buildings in Agadir practically not even a traditional medina - in 1960 the old town was nearly destroyed by a devastating earthquake. But full of cutting-edge hotels and office buildings, shady parks, a well-developed service sector, and stretches along the coast resort area with its many boutiques, cafes, restaurants and shops. Around the city a huge amount of exciting beautiful places - the famous valley of Sousse (Centre citrus cultivation) and called "mini-Marrakech" Taroudant city in the east, the majestic mountain ranges of Anti-Atlas, deserted beaches between Tamrhaht and Taghazut in the north, a stunning beach near the town of Oualidia (between Safi and El Zhadida), a beautiful town Tafraoute (about 160 km. southeast of Agadir), the center of jewelry - Tiznit Berber city in the south, and many other places worth visiting.
At 173 km. north of Agadir on the coast is a beautiful fortress-port of Essaouira ("Fortress"), in the old days - the capital of pirates Mogador, "with the filing of" Jimi Hendrix became famous in 60-70, the XX century as a place of pilgrimage for Bohemians and hippies from all over the the world, and at the moment - a real mecca for windsurfers and divers. Among the numerous monuments most interesting former residence of the Pasha (now a museum of Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah), streets and houses in the Moorish style, the walls surrounding the old medina, Grand Mosque, bastions El Bermil and El Baroud, Sea Gate (1769 g) with small wooden bridge, the Bab el-Sebaa ("Lion Gate"), itself a picturesque port of Essaouira and, of course, numerous markets. Essaouira is the undisputed center of Moroccan art, here the mass of galleries located inside the walls, among which the most famous being the art galleries Frederic Damgaard and "Othello."
In the neighborhood are the famous Purple Island and the island of Mogador, and Dar Sultan ("castle in the sand", the end of the XVIII century.) "Marabou" (a mosque on the site of the tomb of the hermit) in Sidi Cauca, the beautiful beach of Sidi Kharrazi and numerous colorful Berber villages.
Across the country, from Souss Valley to the oasis of Tafilalet and the valley of Ourika to Tizi n'Testa passes real "area of the Berbers," which is worth a visit for the sake of discovering this unique culture and its colorful architecture. Places like gorge Asif Ait valley Unila, hollow Tistult, Ouarzazate, Souk Jema Ghmat ancient Oukaimeden (today one of the largest ski resorts in Africa) in the western part of the National Park Prints Repestr, Tamesloht, Tanaut ancient salt developments in Uyrgan, the birthplace of the Almohad dynasty - Tinmel Kasbah fortress Glaoui and numerous settlements along the border of the desert areas.
Trekking routes of the country is very diverse, the benefit of the Atlas Mountains provide all conditions for this. The most popular in this area near Mount Toubkal (the highest mountain in Morocco, 4167 m.), Imlil, Oukaimeden, Ras N'vankorim, Boo Regreg, Tessaut, Aghbalu, Sidi Amandar, Assake, Mountain area Saghro and others. Interesting Toubkal National Park and Tazzeka.
On the Mediterranean coast, the climate is mild, subtropical, average summer temperature of about + 24-28 C (sometimes as high as 30-35 + C), and in the winter of 10-12 + C. Further south, the climate becomes more continental with hot (up to + 37 C) and cool in the summer (up to + 5 ° C) in winter. And in the winter, and in summer the daily temperature drop may reach 20 degrees.
Winter behind Moscow for 3 hours, 4 hours in the summer.
Official language - Arabic. In the mountainous regions of the use of local dialects. As the second main language used most often French. Followed by Spanish and English. Spanish is most common in the vicinity of Fez.
Currency - Moroccan Dirham. All calculations are made in the national currency.
For entry into Morocco Russian citizens visa is not required.
Islam is the state religion of Morocco - Sunni Muslims make up about 99% of the population. Christians are not more than 0.8%, Jews - about 0.2%.
On molestation hawkers and "guides" should respond to polite but firm refusal. Harassment is a serious problem for foreign tourists in Morocco.
Away do not pass the second and third cup of tea with mint - it is considered impolite.
Answer all questions, even if they seem to you indiscreet (what you pay, how much is the camera, what is the name of your wife) - these are manifestations of politeness and friendliness in Morocco.
The country has a rather complicated system of festivals, built on the dates of the Islamic calendar. Civilians are celebrated rather modest, Muslim, by contrast, are often accompanied by magnificent views and ceremonies. The most important holiday - Ramadan, when during daytime true Muslim observes abstinence, but after sunset almost everywhere open restaurants, shops and places of entertainment. During Eid al-Saghir (lasts three to four days) are organized carnivals, parades and street performances until morning.
The two-week festival of folk arts in Marrakech is held annually in June or in the fall in the ruins of the palace of al-Badia. This is the big folkloric representation of the country, during which passes a large number of a wide variety of performances and events folklore troupes from all over Morocco. Interesting Rose Festival in El Kela M'Guna (May), Festival of wax in Salé (held during the Maulid), Cherry Festival in Sefrou (June), the International Festival of Sacred Music in Fez (June), the International Festival of Rabat (June) festival of camels in Goulimine (July), festival of popular music in Saidia (August), in Asilah Cultural Festival (August) festival in Erfoud (October), Equestrian festival Tissa (October), a unique Sandy marathon (234 km. desert! ), and others.
"Moussem" - the traditional religious ceremony of local importance, passing on certain days and dedicated to specific events (there is annually held more than 650 such festivals). In "Moussem" usually held numerous pilgrimages and folklore events - trick riding, fairs, dances and tribal ceremonies. Especially colorful September Moussems Sidi Abdullah bin Yassin Al Guerna and Sidi Bonatinana in Marrakech. Also, a lot of attention are Setti Fatma Moussem (end of August), "Moussem betrothed" in Imilchile (3rd week of September), "Moussem dates" in Erfoud (October), mousse Sidi Mohammed bin Nasser (Ashura), "Moussem roses "El Kelaa des Mgouna (end of May), mousse Asni (June), Moussa Goulimine (May)," Moussem almond "in Tafraout (February)," Moussem milk "in Imuzzet des Ida (August) mousse in Essaouira (May), mousse Ourika valley (August), and others.
Traditional cuisine Morocco
Morocco - one of the most cosmopolitan in terms of culinary world - here in a distinctive manner of mixed Arab, Berber, Jewish and Mediterranean, in particular - French and Spanish cuisine. There are widely used fruits and vegetables, meats and seafood, but the "main attraction" local cuisine - spice.
In the early afternoon on the table is served very thick and hearty soups - spicy chicken broth "ciorba" mutton soup with coriander and bean "Harira", fish soup Moroccan with cloves and herbs, bread soup "ebaba" and others. Well as traditional dishes to start feasts - the meat. Methods of preparation are thousands, but it is essential spices and aromatic herbs used as a condiment and as a light snack. The most popular variety of kebabs, complex dish of meat and dough - "Pastilla" stewed in a special pot dish "tagine" with beef, quince or other ingredients, baked or grilled lamb "mesh", lamb with figs, dried apricots or prunes, lamb with pine nuts and raisins, baked in a Moroccan style chicken "mishna", stuffed with herbs and spices for a couple of chicken, eggs and herbs, "bissara" peas, "Shorba" of chicken, lamb goulash "gayin el ghalmi" hundreds fish dishes and others.
Broadest application are dishes of vegetables and cereals - rice salad with citrus and herbs "Chergui", stuffed eggplant, the famous "couscous" (here it is eaten hot), numerous complex salads with oranges, salad of roasted peppers, roast with vegetables Therefore Moroccan salad of fried eggplant and just vegetables served as a side dish. During lunch in a circle pass the bread "ksra" which dipped into small bowls with salt and cumin. Widely known for sweet cakes with fillings, beautiful oriental desserts with almonds and fruit, fragrant pancakes "Bast", peculiar meat pies "Briouats" pancakes stuffed with "rgaif", "Brick" from unleavened dough with eggs, small pancakes, crispy cookies "beshkito" stuffed with meat and spices buns "avzet" pies "guerrab" and other desserts.
Traditional Moroccan drink - tea with mint, feed which is usually accompanied by the whole ceremony. Also consume coffee and served everywhere. Very strong and hot, often with cardamom, it requires some getting used to. Coffee with milk are much less common and is called the "Kahu box office." Of spirits popular local "mahiya" and imported varieties of gin (drink mostly very diluted) and whiskey consumed usually foreigners, as Muslim tradition forbids the use of alcohol. The country has produced the best wines in North Africa, but wine consumption is small. Most good grades "Buluan", "remaining", "Cabernet President", "Taleb", "Pierre Antoine," "Cardinal Amazir", as well as white wines "Shyud-Sotelo" and "Valper" and imported varieties. Easy enough local beer mediocre taste.
Political system Morocco
Morocco - a constitutional monarchy. The head of state - the king. Legislative power is exercised by the king and a bicameral parliament (House of Representatives and the House of Soviets). The king also appoints all ministers and presides over the Council of Ministers. Currently, the head of state is King Mohammed VI, who took the throne July 23, 1999. Administrative divisions: 35 provinces and 8 prefectures.
About 29 million people, mostly Arabs (55%) and Berbers (44%). About 1% of the population are Europeans and people from other Mediterranean countries.
At the airport, at the entrance of border controls in the passport must carry the stamp with the date of entry and registration number.
In Morocco, officially allowed to bring 3 bottles of wine or 1 bottle of wine and 1 bottle of liquor, 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or 250 grams of tobacco per person, have restrictions on the import of professional shooting equipment.
Import of foreign currency is unlimited, but its circulation in the territory of the Kingdom is prohibited. Imported currency is desirable to declare. You can not import or export dirhams. In case of export of foreign currency is necessary to have a bank certificate on the exchange or return of its import.
Prohibited export without special permission from subjects and objects of historical and artistic value. For the importation of animals and birds also need to present a special documents.
Medical aid Morocco
Sanitary-epidemiological situation in general is normal. Need any vaccinations not. It is recommended to bring the necessary medication (some items traditionally used in our products are not available, local counterparts is difficult to pick up). Caution should be exercised in the use of raw fruits and vegetables and use of cheap restaurants and cafes, avoid overly long exposure to the sun.
Working hours Morocco
Banks are open Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 11.15 and from 14.15 to 16.00. Saturday and Sunday - closed. During Ramadan, work from 8.30 to 14.00. Operation times may vary.
Museums are usually open from 9:00 to 12:00 in the morning and from 15:00 to 17:30 in the afternoon.
Morocco - a relatively inexpensive, even by Russian standards, the country. Taxi fare from the airport to Casablanca (30 km), where the planes fly "Aeroflot", is about 100 dirhams ($ 10). Travel around the city by taxi - 20-50 dirhams. Bus ticket - 5.10 dirhams.
Potable water Morocco
It is not recommended to drink water, the proposed water-carrier on the streets, as well as from the tap (including hotels), preferably to use bottled mineral water.
Line Voltage - 220V or 110V, you should bring an adapter.
Accepted to give a small tip, but often. In restaurants and hotels, even if the tip is included in the bill, accepted pay 10% of the value of the account. Tips are given personally to the hands of someone who served you.
Does not appear on the street in clothes too bold. This is especially true for women.