Ibn Battuta, the legendary Moroccan traveler, was born in Tangier in 1304 and repeatedly drawn home—only to leave again and again. Over the next seven centuries, other luminaries—including Mark Twain, Edith Wharton, and Paul Bowles—have likewise come and gone, bearing the imprint of the City of Dreams. Using samples of their work as inspiration, UNE student writers are chronicling their own experiences as twenty-first-century travelers in Morocco . . .
—photo by Hannah Debeljak