It may not feature in Morocco's official tourism brochures but cannabis attracts thousands of visitors a year to the North African country. 

 At a hotel bar in the northern region of Ketama, German tourist Beatrix made no attempt to hide the joint she was rolling.

The 57-year-old said she had fallen in love with the area for "the quality of its hashish and the friendliness of its residents".

Hassan, a 40-something sporting a conspicuous gold watch, said cannabis was "our main source of wealth".

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Hamza Mekouar ~ AFP/Yahoo News via 420Intel.com

 

 

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