Le Chevalier Solitaire
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... pot I have ever seen followed by fruit, all good healthy stuff. One unusual aspect of all this was the number of cats that appeared, first just one, then two, three, four and finally a fifth, all living at the desert camp in the middle of the sand dunes!
Then to our surprise, our hosts, four Berbers got out the African drums and gave us an evening of entertainment....we rolled into our tents, carpets wrapped around ...
... drive further south east to the green Dades valley and the city of roses via the fascinating Skoura palmery. Dinner and overnight in Dades Gorges. Day 2: Dades Gorges– Boumlane – Tinghir – Toudra Gorges - Tinjdad - Touroug - Erfoud – Merzouga Dunes After breakfast, return via the Dades Valley until Boumalne in order to continue in direction of Tinghir and the Toudra Gorges, walk in ...
... am short on money which is why I need to be very thankful of his generosity but keep myself on high guard.
Our van finally reaches the hotel half way to our destination. An hour of rest and we all go down to the dinner room. We are served a semi flavourless cous cous with vegetables and a few morsals of chicken, that's it, and for dessert, oranges. There is no tea at the conclusion of the meal and I am left wondering what kind of place this is who doesn't give you tea! Tea is a ...
... in the overrated bed buses. Things can go out of control pretty quickly and some people spent more in SA in 3 months than I did in 7 months around the world. You are warned! Budget factor: 7.5 MOROCCO The next blog will be about Morocco, another 'interesting' place to visit, especially during the Ramadam. So far it reminds me of Iran and India, but in a different way. My Spanish chapter has ended and it is time to brush up my French. More to come, stay ...
... you looked, you could see the
golden, almost orange dunes rising out from the ground and towering
before you. It is only a 5 minute walk to get to the edge of the
desert, it is amazing.
Mustapha, who was the cousin of
Mohammed, who we stayed with, came to be our tour guide and very good
friend. The next day he bought us breakfast and mint tea and then
took us for a little tour round Merzouga and the plots of land where
the locals grew their food. ...