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Travel Blogs from Merzouga
... at around eleven. In the morning, 6am, we were back on our steeds and bobbing up and down back to the camp. Their necks are so weird; they drop away in front of you in this long arc which rises up some distance in front with this cute little head and watchful eyes! They also stink from the back and at the front they make strange gurgling sounds like when the last bit of water drops down the plughole.
They walk in quite a ...
... and afterwards visit Erfoud's Palm groves. Continue to the amazing dunes of Erg Chebbi. 2hrs camel ride enjoying the sunset and spend the night in the middle of the dunes. Dinner and night under a typical nomad tent. Day 3: Merzouga - Rissani - Ouarzazate - Marrakesh Early morning departure to be at the sunrise on the dunes and return by camels to the inn. Aftre breakfast, start the way back to Marrakech, via ...
... pretty much every meal in a true Moroccan household and without this, the meal is not complete. Well, this is what you get on a tour I guess. A few of us end up ordering a pot of tea after dinner and it comes with the sugar on the side as usual and one girl asks, I'm not even sure how much sugar usually goes in, I pipe up and say the amount while she asks everyone again if they would just prefer to put their own sugar in. WHAT? Add our own sugar to the small cup and mix it will a spoon. ...
After a 7 hour drive, we arrives in the desert. While the town of merzougha is not far from where the desert, there is a 1 hour drive along a flat open road (nearly like a salt flat). While there is a graded road, it is often so bumpy and corrugated that people will create their own tracks. It is about 15km from the sealed road to where we picked up our camels, but it was a slow drive. The town (if you can call ...
... us the berber ovens where the
ladies baked the most delicious bread, and he took us to one of the
shops, where we became regulars, and the shop keeper taught us about
'reale' currency (which is only a spoken currency amongst the desert
It got rather hot during the day time,
so most of the days we spent there were spent inside relaxing, or
learning Arabic. During the evenings, we would often go walking to
the dunes, where we would ...