Recap Forty-Two Days In: Tangier

We arrived at the port in Tangier and headed straight to the Airbnb we had planned to rent for our stay there. Our first order of business was getting a local sim card for phone access, given that Morocco is one of the few countries NOT covered by T-Mobile’s international roaming agreement (nor Google Fi’s). […]

In Pictures: Tangier & Chefchaouen

Hearts in Orlando with Bodies Elsewhere

NOTE: These are Craig’s thoughts on the massacre in Orlando. For Charley’s, visit here.   Greetings, friends. Today we write to you from Tenerife, Spain. For those who don’t know, Tenerife is one of the Canary Islands off the western coast of Morocco, though they are still part of Spain. Sunny and warm, they’re a popular resort […]

Sadness and Anger in Tangier

NOTE: These are Charley’s thoughts on the massacre in Orlando. For Craig’s, visit here.   The Tangier of the 1940s and ’50s was one that attracted queer life from around the globe, existing largely because of the 1923 Tangier protocol and lasting until Tangier was absorbed into Morocco in 1956. During that time, the city […]