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... goats and sheep. Next we strolled through alfalfa fields and olive groves in the oasis. Men, women and children cut the alfalfa and loaded it onto the backs of donkeys or carried it on their own backs. In a kasbah, we visited a classroom of 1st graders who enthusiastically sang their national anthem to us. How many children in the US know their national anthem at that age? In the market, we divided into 3 groups ( ...
... face all night - so, yes, I did move inside the Berber tent after a couple of hours. Getting on and off the camels is a challenge - there is violent movement as the camel moves off its knees to its haunches and then all the way up so holding on tight during that part is critical (as it is when they go down a dune and the sand is giving way underneath them). And as anyone who ...
... walked with us for a ways. Groups of kids would wave and or walk over and share a few words with us. The rain began again and as made our way home. The boys then headed up the street to try and catch a soccer match. Low and behold we found a Real Madrid game with Caleb's favorite player - Ronaldo. We sat in a cafe with Hassan and Omar and some 15 other locals and watched the call in Arabic - it seemed like the play by play guy never took a break. It was interesting to ...
... turn back. For a while, and even though I knew it was a joke, it was not a great feeling.
Out of the blue appeared a young boy wearing a brown peaked rain coat. We guessed he was the camel man's son and of course he too would need to be part of the payment. Mohamed always made sure that we paid a fair and reasonably generous payment for any service provided by local people and we were of course always happy to do so. I was delighted with ...
... nights. The good news was that we thought we were going to be freezing in tents but the hotel was letting us sleep in one of their communal lounge areas.
The rest of the day was spent doing washing, some in the laundry but others in the river. A few coaches of tourists turned up and took photos of the group, obviously surprised to see Westerners washing clothes in the stream next to the donkeys! ...