Hotel Kasbah Kanz Erremal
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... no stirrups and the lines.
We rode a couple of miles in to our little tent compound. Stand up semi- permanent standup safari tents,a big one for dining some smaller ones for sleeping set up in a Square. Sand floors covered wall to wall with Berber carpets.
No electric but I did notice a pretty strong WiFi signal. No idea what that was about.
Anyway, we settled in for sugary sweet mint tea and chicken tagine. Oranges slices for desert.
Just before dinner, I ...
... at the Marriott - two large beds with side tables, a mirror with a small seat and then of course the flush toilet and a shower - really in the middle of the desert. They harness the power of solar power to hear the water and have pipe laid under the sand. We had 90 minutes to relax before a late dinner 9:30pm. It was very warm so I tried the shower and it worked. We were the only ones at the camp this night. Due to the windy conditions we ate in ...
... chicken came out and when I saw it, and saw Jed's face I switched with him. It must be the heat! But I honestly totally forgot that he usually gets chicken and I don't actually enjoy it as much as red meat! We stopped off at a small desert village just before we got to the Camels. We had 1/2 hour to waste so Ali took us on a tour of the markets! There were sooo many fresh dates, the stalls under the sun are cheaper where as the ones under cover are expensive!! This was more a ...
... with some difficulty the 500m slope ended up taking my sneakers off easier without shoes. I past everyone else, and only had 2 others go past me to the peak! Anyway got chatting to a Spanish couple and they kept me company! I watched the sunset over the desert and dunes just amazing . Climbed back down and then we sat around on the sand waiting for our dinner, chatted to the young Italian guy, until dinner was served. We were ushered into another tent, and served dinner, Harara ...
... for the day was Erg Chebbi (Being on a tour is pretty hectic they cram so much into one day!! I guess most people who visit are in a rush!) Erg Chebbi is a Saharan erg- dunes formed by wind blown sand. We swam in the pool until it was a bit cooler then packed for our overnight adventure into the dunes! We boarded onto our train of smelly camels and headed off! It was an incredible night, ...