I'm planning to visit Morocco this summer with my girlfriend, from 20/07 to 3/08.
We'll arrive during Ramadan, and I've heard and read many things about the change of lifestyle there, but at the end, I can't figure if it's the good time for this trip.
What I know so far is :
- Nobody eats during the daytime until the sun goes down (that's a sure thing),
- So, no shop (included food shops) are opened until then (with hard temperatures...), and every streets are kind of desert in the afternoon,
- Some touristic facilities might be closed too (are transports available by the way?),
- Men avoid to talk to women too, cause it can lead to a "desire" sin (not that nice for my girlfriend),
- People might be less inclined to talk to us travellers?
Considering these few points, I begin to think about reconsidering this travel...
Could you confirm my thoughts, what else can I expect from this situation? Is this a good / bad idea to maintain this trip?