Tessa Codrington first travelled to Tangier when she was nine years old. She worked as a fashion photographer in London in the sixties and seventies and continues to work as a photographer today. She spends part of each year at her home in Tangier. Jean Pascal Billaud is the international editor of the Marie Claire Group and is based in Paris.
'One day we joined a donkey carrying Tennessee Williams down the steep incline toward the sea house for a lunch of grilled sardines and salad nicoise. We sang "Paper Moon" with Tennessee, and then followed as he rode back up the Cliffside, lying back on the donkey's bum after so many glasses of Moroccan tinto' - Ellen Anne Hopkins'Everyone thinks that when my friends come down to the house, it becomes this glamorous holiday. But looking at the guest book and hearing all these stories about the people who came here before us - we're just a bunch of kids.' - Jacquetta Wheeler (daughter of Tessa Codrington and international top model), Sunday Times