Morocco

Story and photo by Deborah Loeb Bohren Nestled in the Riff Mountains in northwest Morocco lies Chefchaouen, with it’s ancient gated medina where every day is a blue day. At first glance, everything just looks…well, blue.  But as you wander the labyrinth of streets, alleyways, and courtyards and your eyes

By Kristin Rust When in Morocco, there is nothing more local then the public hammam. A Hammam is a public bath house with an ancient history dating back to 600 AD. When Mohammad recommended the use of hot sweat baths to his followers, Islamic Hammam were like Starbucks. It remains