Dar El Khamlia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... you can get it.
Camels will give you a rude case of chafing.
Camels will make you sea-sick/motion sick.
Camels are mistreated and suffering.
You need to wear boots, or alternatively, you can wear bare feet.
You will need three large bottles of water.
Camels are the only way to see the desert.
So, here's my truth about camels.
Our camels were less smelly than most horses I have encountered.
If they have fleas, they ...
We headed south towards the Sahara today taking our time in order to avoid the worst of the heat. We arrived at our start point around 5pm before taking a one hour camel ride into the desert where we camped for the night.The camp was fairly luxurious really and after a late dinner of chicken Tagine the light was killed and we slept under the ...
... here and there contrasting beautifully against the sand.
With the Berber tented camp having come into view we dismounted our camels after a ride of about an hour and walked up the ridge of a large sand dune to sit in anticipation of the final descent of the sun. Unfortunately there was a cover of cloud lingering along the horizon and as such the sky did not offer up a great serving of colour, we were however sat with our toes buried in the rich ...
... through the mountains for a bit, then hitting the desert, and finally ending with the sand dunes in Merzouga. All the way there was sun, sun, sun!!! By the end of the drive, we had all peeled off as much of outer layers as possible and were enjoying the day greatly... And the best was yet to come. Arriving at the hotel, we were surprised to discover a gorgeous pool. Luxury! I decided to forgo the pool though, and instead set off ...
... throughout the day and a half we have been driving. This science of my surroundings is what interests me, not the camels.
At the camp we are served up dinner which is a measly tagine of mostly flavourless potatoes,chicken, lentils and carrots if that. Before they brought out dinner which I forgot to mentioned was accompanied with day old bread, they served us some mint tea. Half a small tea glass I may add. Really. That's it. Would it break the bank to give a pot at the ...