Tangier, Morocco | Tangier and the Imaginary Fromager

Notes from Tangier

This site will take you on a cultural journey

I had my hands and feet dyed with henna when I lived there. It lasted over 6 months.


A poem by the Sufi poet Rumi:

Come, come, come
whoever you are
lover of leaving
It doesn’t matter
ours is not a caravan of despair
come, even if you have broken your vow
a thousand times
Come yet again
come, come


Sarah Bishop – The Girls

The Girls

Someone asked me yesterday if I had ever been A BROAD.

I replied “I’ve been a BROAD my entire life.”

“So, what is a Broad?

A Broad is a gal who takes no crap from anyone.

A Broad is smart, loyal, honest, supportive, sassy, funny, and knows who she is.

A Broad can bring home the bacon and fry it up in the pan, regardless of whether or not a man is in her life.

A Broad doesn’t have time to be jealous of the women around her.

A Broad doesn’t have time to gossip nonstop, though a Broad is extremely capable of dishing some good dirt(the only difference is she’ll dish it to your face).

A Broad knows the true meaning of the word vent; she can lend an ear while her friends vent, and let out a good scream of her own with her fellow Broads.

Basically, a Broad is as real as any woman can get, and I’m proud to have known a few real Broads in my life.”

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