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... although untethered, they had remained in the one spot because one of their front limbs was tied in a flexed position.
It was such a beautiful setting for breakfast - sitting at the table in the dunes with the rays of the rising sun. Chris was thrilled to get his boiled egg. The camel ride back was also fun (my seat this morning was more comfortable than yesterday) though it did start to get warm ...
... Apes and are on the endangered species list. I was fortunate to see three of them and even stopped to give one of them peanuts.
We reached Azou by midday and Karem asked if I would mind if we stopped so he could particpate in midday prayers. Nope. Feel free. So as Karem headed over to the mosque, I wandered around and looked at the mostly shuttered shops in the tiny town. There were a few women on the street selling large circular loaves of bread (used ...
... head-on into the overtaking vehicle.
Even on wider roads where two vehicles could pass, driving down the centre line is generally the best way to travel at high speed, avoiding the risk of hitting potholes at the edge where the road has (invariably) started to break up.
Easy, once you understand how it works.
Small towns and villages are another matter altogether. Apart from the larger towns, the ...
... with no mountains very close you wonder, just dry landscape, you wonder, where does this water come from?
Right nearby is the Ziz River which flows from the Aoufous Valley on toward Arfoud, where it gets all used up for irrigation. Now it’s still a living stream, flowing through a shallow gorge across the treeless desert plain. It’s a comforting feeling to follow a river through a lonely desert stretch, knowing, where there is water, there ...
... power has been added to some of the homes here. There are small metal boxes carefully inserted into the walls of the homes.
It was a hot and sticky day but its amazing the instant temperature change when entering the Kasbah. The high muddy walls and ceilings were built keep the sun out and also the spying eyes from unwanted visitors. From a distance, you are not able to see whats inside or how many passages the Kasbah may have.