Out in the middle of the little alleys of Marrakech, you come across cobblers' workshops, really just simple iron crates on wheels, shaded all year round by umbrellas.
A pile of mismatched footwear at his side, the shoe artisan taps, nails and glues with finesse. Boots, espadrilles, moccasins - no matter the brand, the quality, the state of the shoes or the time it takes - the cobbler repairs each item to the fullest satisfaction of the customer. Late into the night, the noise of little hammers echo throughout the neighbourhood.
These hard working cobblers are never entrusted with tourist's shoes. And yet, what skill! With a little thread, some nails and a dab of glue, plain shoes are totally revamped; its the miracle of the red city cobblers. They'll never start you off on the wrong foot!