Riad Dar Barbara
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... We saw some really great scenery, and were glad we did it in a car and not a bus. In a bus we can see where it could get scary being perched that far above the edge...looking down at cliffs... Ouarzazate Is located on the edge of the high atlas mountains covered by stony desert broken by green oases and steep canyons. Beautiful. It also boarders the Sahara desert with 300 foot high dunes covering the edge of the country and spreading into Algeria. ...
... cave drawings, but unfortunately (or possibly fortunately) their French was every bit as negligible as ours, and we barely know a dozen words in Arabic, none of which proved helpful in explaining why two of them kept miming deep breaths into, or out of, a plastic bag. Nausea? Gasoline sniffing? A deep breathing contest? Either way, I’m pretty sure they were mostly speaking Berber (dropping our knowledge to a grand total of three words – hello, thank you and ...
Today we saddle up again for a camel ride around the Erg Sedrat dunes before
returning to camp. In the afternoon we may try baking bread in the sand.
Early morning and I mean early morning, this is pre 5am saw me and Helen (yes I did say Helen) arose to see the morning sun rise, a few wispy clouds in the brightest flamingo pink suddenly made way for the most amazing sight the sun rising over the ...
... orange-red. One man might stand on the road and guard a mile of minerals entrusted to him, and he is willing to take almost anything for them. Some men would hold a representative orange-red painted geode up as your car drives by as if expecting somebody to stop and enquire about the price. I can’t imagine an uglier decoration for a home, a garage, or even a garden. Their eagerness to stand by their products indicates to me that they occasionally make a sale, but I ...
After the stressful day of travel we endured, I had three articles for work that I had to finish. I took care of that in about 100 minutes and then crawled into bed at 12:38 a.m. Tomorrow we continue our journey east to the edge of the Sahara Desert, where we have an excursion booked to be driven 35 miles out into the desert to some large sand dunes called Erg Chigaga. We will spend the night at a camp by the dunes. Should be a fascinating ...