I tried to find porridge in Maroc, but with no luck. I ended up just eating bread - always good when fresh - and in moments of extravagent luxury, even with some jam, and on one desparate occasion had cous-cous mixed in with oranges.
One possible solution to Hans' dilemma: I'm sure the muesli isn't too heavy, so some could be carried (say in an Ortlieb food bag - I used a hard plastic container for my porridge that burst in my panniers). As a compromise, you could use powdered milk that I've found to be widely available in the region.
I've also found eggs to be widely available - another alternative, and IMHO great when poached in a nice fresh bagette.
[This message has been edited by Ian (edited 15 February 2006).]