La Dune Blanche
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... s painful ribs. And we still had nearly 300 kilometers or some four hours driving to go...
I must have been equally as brassed off as Alan and Mohamed as I did not take any photos until just before we reached Zagora. My pencil was still working though and I describe in the most negative fashion the desert highway surrounds as "inhospitable wasteland with nasty looking thorn trees", "escarpments looking like ...
... but Universal Studios it is not. Movies like, The Mummy, Raiders of the lost ark and Alexander with Angelina Jolie to name a few. took a few cheesy photos just for the fun of it and then we were off again.
We went through the Agdez and Draaa valleys to Zagora, they were beautiful, an oasis of date palms, random people and more donkeys. then it happened....the time had arrived!! Camels were waiting for Zahara and Fatima, quick last minute instructions from Musafa ...
... is sleeping like a little baby. As I shine the tiny light beam near my bedside table, I see a sizable dark dot dart away...I have no idea which direction I am so freaked out. "BRIAN! BRIAN! Wake UP. There's something in here!!!" (Bri = not happy). Finally he gets up, turns on the light, goes into the bathroom and says "HOLY ****, that was the biggest la Cuca-Racha I have ever seen"! WTF...THAT is what was on the night stand right...near...my...head? They ...
... books leave a lot to the imagination. I was particularly enthralled by books that showed a map of Egypt, another with multiplication tables, and another with astronomy maps.
We walked through some buildings to find the pottery collective. We had seen giant plumes of smoke coming from the ovens, and could smell the burning sticks and brush they use to stoke the ovens. Our friendly local guide brought us over to see how they create their work. He ...
... not the only one suffering in this way. In fact some of the Trekkers had far more considerable blister problems. And so the conversation turned to the question, 'to pop, or not to pop?'.
'Absolutely yes!' said the doc.
'But how do you keep the area clean in this environment?' asked a tent dweller
'I don't pop, I just leave mine alone' said another.
'Ewwwwwww!' went a few others.
I thought about this for a while as other weird and ...