Guest House Merzouga
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... pays her bill with her American Express from on the back of a camel.... don't leave home without it. We were introduced to some wild life in the desert by our guide, the salamander and the scarab beetle. I provided the correct responses (yuk) to both of these and the guide was kind enough to keep them well away from me. Alan, on the other hand, was more than happy to hold the salamander. Some interesting ...
... nd paths leading to our oasis. REALLY in the middle of no where. Walking through our kasbah, to the other side
where mint tea was being prepared on the patio, we were in awe of the serenity of the Sahara Desert view. I never had this place on my bucket list but it deserved to be there and is definately one of the more special places we've ever visited.
Apparantly the two other groups staying there were about to check out so we pract
ically had the entire place ...
... Asia skill set and acted out Dramamine at the Pharmacy....1 second later, we had our medication.
Once we arrived, we had to negotiate half the originally quoted price for a ride to our Riad (guest house).
Upon our arrival, we enjoyed an early morning breakfast on the rooftop terrace. From the terrace, we enjoyed direct views of the red sand Erg CHebbi Sand Dunes which are quite breath taking.
Afterward, we took ...
... for a couple of spunky guys to travel with them instead they got a pair of OAP's! They were work colleagues from Lisbon. They really made out 4 day trip fun and we all had a good laugh.
The Morrocan countryside is very diverse,which ranges from Cedar forests, rocky plains, gorges,deserts and of course the snow capped Atlas mountains that peak at 12000ft.
We arrived at the desert town of Merzouga for our first overnight stop. The recently ...
... which means barbarian in Arabic) friend with you, and I’ve taken to telling them I’m Russian now as it takes them longer to get the pitch going.
The sand is deep and there is no way I’m going to play in it with the bike without six pairs of hands to haul it out, but it’s good just to walk into the dunes and sit in the quiet. It is weird to think I ...