[Therenborough, Alley's End]
Waves of some heady scent ripple through the alleyway, and though no drafts or breezes are apparently the cause of such an olfactory undulation, the street debris and discards of Therenborough life are obviously the source of odor. The proximity of this alley to the north end of the moat also most certainly has something to do with the assault on the nostrils, but sight of it is hidden by the backs of buildings, shops and homes, their windows and doors sealed to this seedy back street. You also see a nondescript building and a ragged purple tent.
Obvious paths: east.