Collective nouns part two. Morocco

work in progress xx 

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I found this display in a gift shop. Maybe Mitchell can come up with the collective noun for skulls.  

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Geraniums. A garden maybe??

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Teapots, easy!! Annie's dining room.  

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Moroccan Tajine  not sure. It would have to be Something culinary though.  

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Leather bags. Miss Mary's wardrobe? 

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Natural fibre from the aloe Vera plant. It's a very strong thread apparently.  ?? 

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Collection of candles might be called. Happy birthday to a septuagenarian  

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Fatima. For protection.  

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Collection of corners is called a motorcyclists heaven.  

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More bags, these are old camel saddle bags. 

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And even more bags.  

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Mounds of olives might be called Pile me up and I'll 've a good time.  

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Back to Annie's new shelves in the dining room.  

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Imelda! 

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Terracotta tajines could be called a fragile collection.  

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Handmade aromatic soaps smell divine.  

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Some take arty photo collections of doors, door knobs and door knockers. This door knob is to the door of our accom in Tarifa. I loved it. 

 Artsy photo of doors in Chefchouen, Morocco. My motto: When one door closes, another always opens

Artsy photo of doors in Chefchouen, Morocco. My motto: When one door closes, another always opens

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And this is my bag that I carry my little stove, mug and bowl in. I've said it before and you'll remember that the collective noun for ladybirds is 

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A loveliness  ❤️🐞