Walking around Larache, I saw many various local transportation means. Cars, mainly old French Peugeot and Renault, are too wide (and maybe too expensive to maintain) to be used in narrow streets of the medina. Thus there are many carts in use for transportation of goods sold in narrow streets of the medina. Keep in mind that local food feeding human musles is cheaper than gas/petrol or diesel for car's engines in Morocco.
Mentha tea is a national drink of Morocco. It's prepared from fresh mentha leaves poured with boiling water with big cubes of suger added. It's a very sweet drink.
As alcohol/booze is forbidden by Muslim religion, mentha tea is sometimes called Moroccan vodka :-).
Mentha leaves were sold from street stalls in Larache.