Hey Blue, this blog’s for you . . .

The sharqi blew the streets of Tangier and Tetouan clean. So we climbed into a grand taxi and blew ourselves away too.  One hour of winding Rifian roads later, we found the sun hanging over a city washed with blue. Joni describes the way I feel about Chefchaouen best: Ink on a Pen/Underneath the Skin/An Empty Space to Fill In. 

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2 thoughts on “Hey Blue, this blog’s for you . . .

  1. Seyna

    Hi Erin,
    How wonderful that “Blue” touches you as it did me. I was introduced to it in a little town in France, near Nice, by an English Artist (sigh, crush…..) in 1973.

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