It's hard to choose! The speed at which the ground clearing took place and the obvious enthusiasm of the villagers over the project is an obvious one.
Popping in to see the new preschool class and being amazed how 29 four year olds can go so quickly from tearing around the playground to sitting quietly and listening to their teacher.
But for me the stand out moments on the trip were the times spent visiting families to pass on donations of clothing. The children are a little shy when being measured for size, but are absolutely delighted when receiving a pair of shoes or warm clothing (they get snow in winter), and there are smiles and hugs all round.
Packing advice - you really don't need to take much for yourself, pack as much as you can for the village as you'll wish you managed to fit more in. If it's space and not weight that's a problem use compression sacks.
Don't expect anything to run on British schedules, Moroccan time is totally different. They have a phrase in French which roughly translated means that whilst we need to know the time to the minute, they prefer to know is it morning, afternoone, evening or night.
Delight in any opportunity to meet the villagers, there are no rules to how many cups of mint tea you can drink in a day. Enjoy the hilarity of using made upsign language to communicate especially when painting - pretty much anything you try and ask for they will understand as tea!