Tangier: It’s Right There

Life in the Boomer Lane

Life in the Boomer Lane has just returned from Tangier, in Northern Morocco. Now Husband spent part of his youth there and wanted to visit the high school he attended,  the store where he purchased individual cigarettes as a 14-year-old, and the marble columns in front of one particular building, in which his name had been carved (He denies having done it himself).

The trip was everything both he and LBL hoped it would be, filled with sights and sounds and scents that drew them from one area of the Medina, the Old City area, to another.  LBL won’t go into a travelogue, here. Instead, she will leave it up to Loyal Readers to imagine a five-hundred-year old blend of Arab/French/Spanish culture. While Readers ponder this, LBL is free to do what she does best: see life through a lens that most likely needs correction, but one that doesn’t bore…

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