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... your camel?" "I don't know. It's gone. But, you know, you're the first person to ever ask me where my camel is." "That's the first time I've asked anyone where their camel is." Thus began a running joke for the next hour. Whenever Aisha or Fatima saw an unaccompanied camel, they pointed and said, "That might be your camel!" We saw the dunes, the sun rise and the lake, but we never found my ...
We set our alarm to arise 30 minutes before sunrise, and as we step out of our tent, the surroundings are truly magical. The sand around us is a combination of pink, oranges and yellow hues that change by the minute as sunrise approaches. After 20 minutes of taking in the scenery, we see several young girls trekking across the dunes from what must be a nearby settlement and assume they are walking to school — somewhere. Instead, they walk up the side ...
... we drove on until we reached our lunch stop at Hotel Taddart near Midlet. It was a large, clean hotel with a large buffet lunch spread. Camel and wild boar were some of the meat selections. I stuck with couscous and veggies. It was delicious and plenty for me. Next door was the Taddart Museum which has all kinds of fossils and minerals from Morocco and around the world. They had some terrific specimens there. Most items for sale appeared to be ...
... new day was packed with activities. First thing in the morning we went to the town where a local guide gave us a talk about the Berbers and showed us a old Berber village along with a beautiful Mosque. When he was done we were taken to shop to see Moroccan goods.
Then we took off for an all day excursion through the desert. We left by 4X4 hot-rodding through the ...
... I immediately made it clear I would not be getting on any retched camels and set off on foot to the top of the closest dunes. As I walked, I was immediately tailed by some Bedouin fellow who would not leave me alone. First he said he just wanted to help me to the top of the dunes, then he wanted to take pictures for me and then … wait for it … he wanted me to buy some fossils (for which the area is famous) and some Bedouin jewelry. Uh no buddy, I am ...