Monday, February 1, 2016

Mint Tea and Gazelle Horns

Mint Tea and Gazelle Horns 
We took a ferry from Tarifa, Spain, across the Strait of Gibraltar, to Tangier in Northern Africa. At the outbreak of WWII, Tangier had been a breeding ground for espionage and became a rendezvous point for spies. 
We stayed at a guest house located in the heart of the Kasbah on the highest peak of the Medina (ancient walled city). We were escorted to the rooftop terrace, where our arrival was celebrated with an offering of Mint Tea and Gazelle Horns (crescent-shaped pastries).

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