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The Travelers by Delaney Henderson

The Travelers

by Delaney Henderson

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Travelers in foreign lands, especially the Morocco, are able to easily find drugs of every type for recreational use and for import-export. The magnificent sights of the Muslim community by day, conceal the behind-the-scenes activities of the night. Out there are the "Users," who want to capitalize on the lucrative markets of the United States and its neighbors.

The lure of easy money and the icy thrill of breaking all the rules prove to be a virtually irresistible attraction to young American tourists and their counterparts around the world. The combination of free access to copious amounts of drugs, sex, danger and excitement lead travelers to taste the forbidden fruits and encourages them to partake in the chase of modern ecstasy; sometimes with fatal results.

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