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... weather events that were bringing rain and floods down to the Western Sahara desert. Trust us to be here for that! We had been told by a local that Mirleft was a very pretty place, a small town further south also on the coast but rather than a long straight beach there were coves and so we had booked and paid for four nights there in a B&B through Air B&B - highly recommended by Lonely Planet. We had also paid a driver a deposit to take us there. We were so looking forward to it ...
... It was a beautiful sight in the moonlight! We climbed aboard, lurched upright and swayed off into the sands. Silence (apart from my camel, Jimmy, who munched on something all the way out) constellations, and the peaks and valleys of the dunes passing beneath us like a sea-swell. When we started seeing shooting stars, things were getting ridiculous! At the foot of a high dune, we de-camelled and climbed by foot. In the distance we heard the squawks and giggling of a Japanese ...
... country was invaded by Arabs, Jews Spaniards and others. Today the population is predominantly Berber based. After we were given free photos we were directed to the gift shop, so of course nothing is free in this life. We were shown the process of making Moroccan Oil which has recently become the Hairdresser's favourite (I have tried it) This particular operation was run by a women's Collective and they had ...
Marrakesh is a fascinating city. It is often referred to as the “Red City”, because so many of the walls and older buildings in the city were made using a red colored clay. The Medinah is incredibly busy, full of merchants hawking their wares, donkeys, horse drawn carts and (unlike Fez) the ubiquitous motorcycles, which seem to pass within inches of you, at speeds far greater than make sense in this small, confined environment. Like a lot of ...
... Just a bit more and I reach the saddle. The sun hits me straight into the eyes. It takes about a minute before I comprehend what I'm looking at on the other side of the edge. Magnificent mountain! It is hard to find the words to describe it. An endless ocean of spectacular peaks, some flowing like waves one into another, others separated by deep rugged valleys.
Peaks disappearing somewhere behind the horizon. Well, of course. How much of Atlas can you hope to see ...