Sunday, May 11, 2008

Moroc n' roll

Check out Steve Dougherty's column in the New York Times Travel section today, Rockin' the Casbah, on a great Moroccan music festival. The column is a lot of fun, and it still amazes me that they pay Doc to go do these things!

3 comments:

Kaz said...

He hasn't written the great American novel YET, but what a great travelouge! I'd be Dort's sherpa anytime. But he didn't say whether the hash was blond or black.

hankster said...

(When I post 4 times, they are all different.)

Steve does manage to bag better assignments than a sewer tour of Cincinnati. Such an honorable and enviable way to make a living. Morocco has to be one of the most exotic places on the planet. You always do us proud.

BTW, is hash an over-the-counter item in Morocco?

birdman said...

Very cool. Morocco isn't quite as cool as Warren but it's up there. If it's good for Jimi Hendrix it's okay in my book. I think the hotels distribute the hash in a convenient travel size like the shampoo and conditioner.