A Donkey Parking Lot in Morocco

Really, this is the donkey parking lot in Rissani, Morocco:

Donkey Parking Lot

Donkey Parking Lot

Would you consider this one to be more traditional?

cars and donkeys in morocco

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    • Rhonda says

      You are suppose to find it funny :) I am wondering in which country you live that there would be horse and buggy parking at Walmart.

    • Rhonda says

      Thanks Judy. We just spent the year traveling around the world. Morocco was our last stop and one of my favorites. I live in New Zealand and I don’t think there are any working donkeys here.

    • Rhonda says

      I guess they would separate them and tie them up at different ends of the donkey lot – just like they keep the Mercedes and Toyotas separate in the car parking lots.

    • Rhonda says

      I thought so too, especially when I was standing there. Right next to it was a lot filled with donkeys for sale – the donkey market. These were the working donkeys the owners were keeping.

    • Rhonda says

      LOL – these are working donkeys. It was market day. There was also an animal market, but these were the donkeys that belonged to the vendors or shoppers. They are not for sale. Glad it made you laugh.

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