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... by a small wall and always with a women's entrance. The only place men & women may intermix during prayer is while on pilgrimage to Mecca.
... Khalid (pronounced Halid) is a born performer and not the least bit camera shy!! He is a wonderful guide, has good English and loves his desert!
Later we were taken into the desert where we camped overnight under the stars. The desert is so beautiful and truly an ever-changing landscape.
After setting up camp we climbed a large dune to enjoy the views and watch the sun go down - and take pictures of course!
Around the campfire Khalid entertained us with jokes ...
... children in the morning and another group of children in the afternoon,
but that is just a guess!
The whole 160 km of the drive
today was dry barren stony ground, occasionally when there was any sort
of water, you get this oasis of green consisting of palm trees and all
sorts of other greenery. It makes you realise the difference a little
bit of water makes.
There are no campgrounds we could
find after ...
Right, time for Part 2 of our Moroccan Adventure! Same Country, yet a completely different experience!
We enjoyed our last breakfast at our beautiful Riad Eden before departing early in the morning with our local guide and his 4x4 jeep just for us! We booked this excursion over the Internet, with Google as our only recommendation and so we were a bit apprehensive but it was more than perfect! Our guide was, just like all Moroccans, so friendly and his CD that we had ...
... castanets. The patina-ed metal pinched the skin of our palms but produced a clear chiming sound when used properly. We eventually made our way to bed, checking the heavy wool blankets and thin mattresses on the floor for snakes before climbing in. The desert turned bitterly cold during the night and we shivered together for warmth, knowing that the morning would again bring a dry, unrelenting heat. Our lullaby that night was the gurgling, rumbling, burping sounds ...