Riad Ksar Malal
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... amazing tribal artifacts, everything was so unique, especially the owner, Ahmid. He was dressed traditionally and was loaded down with solid pieces of silver jewelry, he was totally decked out. I did a fairly good job with bartering silver pieces for myself and Fatima. Ahmid was really good with us and he enjoyed our company as we did his. So much so that there was yet another offer given to Fatima of 1000 camels for me, but She had to tell him that she already had an offer ...
... intrusion on the peace and quiet we've experienced up to now. The wind really begins to whip up as we climb, and climb, and climb. I thought I would really struggle with this, but I am doing okay and am not last in line. Looks like some of the others are feeling rough today too. I have wrapped my headscarf tightly around my head and tucked it up under my sun-glasses to minimise the amount of sand getting into my nose. It is slightly silly to get any electrical equipment ...
Day 055: 2 hours, 4.3 kms
Just a stone's throw away is Zaouia Tamada, which is partly ruins, partly still inhabited and doesn’t take me long to explore. As I’m about to leave, a couple old fellows by the side of the road advise me "you really should visit the old castle", pointing to a dirt road going deep into the oasis. I’m not really in the mood for doing a long side trip, but go ...
... 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 ...
... road with lots of
The scenery we were driving through was stony
desert, but there were wonderful views of mountains in the distance at
many different angles as the road wound its way through canyons and then
long straight roads through the Moroccan stepps the roads seem to go on
We eventually ended up on the N10 and
carry on until we reached the village of Taliouine where we found ...