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Travel Blogs from Zagora
... once we arrived at the pick up spot, Musafa was there waiting as always. the camel trek was over, what an amazing experience to be able to say we rode a camel in the Sahara desert. Not entirely sure either one of us would do it again....but we had an amazing time.
So...before we move into the trip home, there is another story that needs to be shared. the other day while driving, there was conversation taking place between Fatima and 'Musafa that I was not privy ...
... perhaps ought not to be there? Not everyone's aim is good when your butt is just swinging above a hole in the sand. Absolutely bloomin' not!
Instead, it was wipe, dry and re-plaster while keeping it all crossed that there were enough plasters in my kit to last the rest of the trek. Compeed were so so, Scholl were completely hopeless. Packing tape was excellent! Yes, I know it's a weird thing to have in your kit bag but Jules brought a mini screwdriver so I feel ...
... cafes, young guys playing football in a barren field… an assortment of shops… all within a few hundred meters of the serenity of the oasis.
As dusk is setting in, I climb up a hill which gives me a great view of the region. Here in Tinzouline the valley surrounded by rugged hills ends and the oasis gets super-wide, with other villages on the other side several ...
... called Berber. Most of the rest of moroccans are arabs. The
french called the amazigh people barbarians which is where the name
berber comes from.
Amazigh people who live in the desert and
who were nomads in the desert are called bedouins. They lead a very
different life - and a life full of culture, traditions, love, kindness,
great hospitality, carpets, tea, targines and ...
... today was the Barbary squirrels, are about the size of
chipmunks, with grey and white fur and moved at surprising speed. They
are also as curious as a cat, they disappeared down between two rocks
and a few moments later to the faces of taking over the rock looking at
There appears to be only one campground in Tafraout
and that is on the way in, on highway R105 with GPS settings of N 29°
45.352 W 8° 57.746 at an elevation of 936 ...