L'Oasis Sycree D'Oum Laalag

M'Hamid, Morocco | B&B
 

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Saharan nights!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree

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... fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We followed the Draa Valley with its river, palm grove and occasional mud brick village all the way to Zagora, our half way point. Just before we entered the town, we pulled over to the side of the road. Here, on this high point we had our first real view over the top of the palmerai and some understanding of the scale of it. It was ...

The princess and the omelette

A travel blog entry by jogrey

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... us mad. We trudge on all afternoon and are overjoyed when camp finally hones into view.......the ladies because we can break out the baby wipes and dry shampoo......the boys because they're that much closer to a glass of wine!  I seem to have a lot of pain in my shoulders and up my neck and feel completely exhausted.  A 15 minute cap-nap curled up next to Alan in the mess tent seems to sort that one out and we decide to lighten my back-pack tomorrow - Alan ...

To the desert

A travel blog entry by jogrey

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... were equally controversial but this worked in their favour resulting in a tent of just 4 blokes, swiftly nick-named The Naughty Boys' tent to which some even aspired for promotion due to space restrictions in their own tents! Amazingly a 3 course meal was somehow rustled up from the kitchen tent and we settled down to get to know one another. Alan was in the Naughty Boy tent and thus it was that young Lois and I came to sit with this outrageous gang for some of the ...

1131 Desert Caravan Town (Mor 373)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

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... a fellow who plays with a band and has performed in big festivals, playing Saharawi and Malien music. It’s a slow, melancholic rhythm—like the life of the desert. I record a bit of it to see if I can fuse it with my music style…

I continue on to the edge of town, up over a ridge where there are some abandoned mud houses, starting to be buried by sand. Not quite an “old medina”, but decide ...

Loneliness can be so sweet

A travel blog entry by sachago

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... for ever, swimming over dunes at day and sitting close to the camp fire in the evening (it is not particularly chilly at night but it is just so pleasant to do that!), listening to the wood cracking and watching the thousands of stars that are offering themselves to a delighted and speechless (and sun-burned) audience. M'Hamid is the last ...

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