More negative scanning! These photos are from a trip I took with two friends, Jennifer and Kim, to Asilah in northern Morocco in 1993. Asilah is a beach town with an artsy reputation, and we spent a night there on our way up to Tangier.
I remember wandering around the medina, or old city, and being captivated by all the colors and the architecture. I particularly liked this tiny, eye-shaped window with its own minuscule, metal grill.
The city sponsors a public arts festival that attracts mural painters to adorn its walls. We had a great time checking out the murals, which were months old by the time we saw them.
This trip was also remarkable because Jennifer and I shaved our heads in Asilah (a much more dramatic feat for Jennifer, who previously had long, voluminous hair). Kim, though stopping short of shaving, cut her hair very short.
I'm still in touch with Jennifer on Facebook, but I haven't communicated with Kim since Peace Corps. I don't even remember her last name. Sad!