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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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.
s truly really worth going back house and getting the credit card for purchasing that merchandise.
Credit unions can often offer better rates and more alternatives than larger banks, because they
base their decisions on the local economy instead of the national situation.
In this economy, only consumers with a credit score of 700 or above
are awarded with low interest rates and good terms on loans.