Dar El Khamlia
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... felt so nicely fresh in the 40 degrees temperature. I just walked by myself and had the best time, below the enormous walls I took a few pictures but just enjoyed the cooling water and the walk. I walked about 500 meters up the stream until i got onto the rest of the group. We weren't there for much and I figured I had missed the information. However it couldn't have been much more than the source of the water which was obviously a mountain given its temperature. We ...
... are going to spend in a Berber tent. Travel options are: camel or quad bike.
guess which one was chosen? Pat on the back for quad bike!
was brilliant fun. Camels ok, but an hour & a half at a plod cannot compare with the thrill of a motor!
minimal instruction....& off we went! Bit like skiing..back runs, green & red...so you have to concerntrates. After 40 mins we arrive at base camp. We have fellow campers! Mixed bunch of 9 from ...
... a few metres of snow in Winter. Once again, nesting storks abounded; it was really wonderful to see so many native storks, all feeding their babies (not human, contrary to what we were told) and during our drive we often played "Spot the Stork". As we passed through the mountains, we encountered many wild monkeys. Who knew this country was so diverse! There is some hilarious video footage of our reaction when approached ...
A low, moaning sound awoke me, like the sound of an old air raid siren just starting to wind up. Gradually it resolved itself into a deep human voice, intoning a repetitive, hypnotic song-chant in the darkness. Then another call joined it from a more distant minaret across the city, then another, the three echoed and swirled about each other, and, as more voices joined, became a haunting pre-dawn chorus filling the cool air. There were no other sounds but ...
... 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 ...