Our last night in the village in the Ourika Valley, we decided to take advantage of the shower there. Kempie told us they had mini, two person hammams, which sounded nice and refreshing. At my home stay, Kelsey, who was also staying there, and I really didn't get a chance to explore most of the house, and were only familiar with our room and the bathroom. However, when we went to take a shower, we were lead to an area of the house that I had no idea even existed. We walked across the court yard, down a few steps and then into a dimly lit room, where we found a cow, goats, sheep, chickens, and so many rabbits. I was so surprised. But then it made sense since I had heard extremely laud mooing earlier and our host mother had indicated milking a cow earlier, which I just had assumed meant milk. We walked into the stable area and then into a little nook. On the ground were about fifteen bunnies curled up by the wall. They were so cute and looked completely terrified. We ducked down and entered the room of the hammam with buckets of steaming hot water. The bathing area was very small, but well insulated and cozy. It was wonderful and refreshing to take a nice hot shower, and it was nice to have a contrasting experience of a city hammam and a village one. Coming out of it, the cow mooed at us and a sheep and goat started to but heads together, and the whole time I had had no idea that there were even any animals under this roof.