The official languages spoken in Morocco is colloquial Arabic (known as Darija) and Berber.
Moroccan Dirham (MAD).
100 MAD is approximately $10
Western European Time Zone UTC +00:00, so Morocco is 5 hours ahead of Washington DC.
Morocco is located in Northern Africa, and has a coastline along the North Atlantic Ocean as well as the Mediterranean Sea, and shares it's borders with Algeria and the Western Sahara. It's easily accessible from Gibraltar, so you could even take a trip to Morocco on your way to or from Europe (it's a 1.5 hour ferry between Gibraltar and Tangier). Travelers sometimes decide to group Spain, Portugal and Morocco together into one trip due to their proximity to eachother.
A bottle of local Moroccan beer costs 25MAD on average (around $2.60). The most popular beer in Morocco is actually Heineken, which is brewed locally under the supervision of the company.
A cheap meal in a Moroccan restaurant averages at around 30MAD, so not much more than a beer! Street food is very popular in Morocco, and it can cost as little as 5MAD (approx 53c). Local delicacies include snail soup in Marrakech, Chebakia (syrupy cookie goodness) and of course, fresh orange juice.
A basic hostel, or riad as they're known in Morocco, can cost you as little as 50MAD per night (about $5.30).
For a mid-range room in a hotel or guesthouse, you'll pay anywhere between 500-1400MAD per night (approx $52-$150). Credit cards are accepted at most hotels.
Taxis start from 1.60MAD (approx 17c) and at night the price of all taxis double. If you're getting a small 'petit taxi' then remind them to use their meter, however 'grand taxis' do not have a meter and you will need to negotiate a price.
There are a few different ways to get around Morocco - you can get around by train or bus, with a one-way ticket starting at 5MAD (around 53c). Within a city, it's easiest to get around by taxi.