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... most domesticated animals on earth. Imagine the most docile and friendly dog you have ever had. They stand still at attention until the guide utters a few clicks and down they go awaiting the enormous load you pile on them. They stare at you with huge cute flappy lips and bulging bedroom eyes. After sucking up as much as 28 gallons of water at the station, they can go for two weeks without a refill. Buying one sets you back about $1500 (not pack ready till about 6 ...
... rosemary. We drove through Toujane. The Berbers tend to ignore you, more oblivious to the bus' passing presence than out of any loathing. The area nevertheless had a mystical feel.
Saw a sheepdog before stopping at a viewpoint back over Toujane. Othman has a bad habit of leaving the bus in some respect open. The bus door was open and he was way above at the viewing point. Referenced Wo(Man) as 'that thing' in a discussion with Omar and John.
We were off ...
... a chore to impossible.
The option people returned. Spoke briefly to Tony who was furious. All he wanted was just a hot shower. I suspect they were all very cold. Readied for dinner.
Took a bus to La Paillote des Dunes. Ordered grilled calamari and got got a mixed grill. Had auburgine for a starter and a Celtia beer. The Fashion Police is boring dinner company but had fun with Omar and John. Background music was very western, including 'My Way'. There was a ...
... but by a blue "yin-yang" sign representing water. Water in the desert. To my great surprise, my drivers were transporting sheep there. I wanted to go to this remote desert outpost, where sheep vacationed during spring! My drivers - a young man named Khalil, and two middle-aged men named Mohammed and Abdul-Hamed - welcomed me along for the trip.
-----Turbans were wrapped around the heads of the older men. Mohammed sat in front, and was serious ...
Monday 22nd April
Today, as yesterday, the weather is cool, the wind is strong & the sky is grey & we went to Tatouine south west of Zarsis. We rose again into mountainous terrain & visited a small Berber community at Chenini, set high on the side of the hill with the houses cut into the mountain side with steep paths up to the various housing levels. In one house ...