The citizens of Morocco, both Arabs and Berbers, maintain notable differences in their treatment and character with those found in Europe. Let's say that this is because they do not live under the strain to which we are accustomed the inhabitants of the old continent.Craftsman working in the streetIn short, they are people of pleasant and welcoming treatment. They like contact with the traveler, especially in places where there are no tourists. Such treatment enriches them and entertains them, so they care for that relationship.Our natural mistrust, characteristic of our European civilization, may lead us to reject such close treatment, but we must become accustomed to it. Foreign women enjoy all the respect and are not molested at all. Also, the Moroccan man prefers the deal with the European man. Sometimes the conversation becomes so intense that they get to grab you by the arm or by the shoulder. For them it is a simple gesture of approximation, since in their culture the physical contact is frequent. We may be surprised, and much, to see two men strolling hand in hand, as a couple of boyfriends do here. It is a frequent act and our mentality leads us to relate it to homosexuality. Nothing further from it. In Spain there are times when a man grabs another by the shoulders and no one thinks of a homosexual gesture.When we are in conversation with a family, the married woman will remain behind her husband or the man of the family, sometimes a son or older brother. You will not take part in conversations or greetings without the authorization of the family representative. If we want to greet her, we must turn our eyes to the familiar representative, and if he presents it to us, he will intervene with all normality.Finally, that in a moment our interlocutor can be dressed in humble clothes or his appearance is not too neat, it does not mean that inside cannot be a good person and deserve all our respect. Let us not forget that the Spanish descended from the Arab world and it will surprise us that we are still united by many ties. They express it with pride.