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... staff ensured we had lots of success communicating. When we got a little stuck, they asked the English speaking guy in the stationery store down the street to come and translate. Found a great place to eat with the help of one of the Valle Ziz ...
... in Las Vegas. It is hard to believe it can be shipped all the way from here and arrive intact. Time will tell…
Having more than fulfilled our shopping expectations here in Morocco, we journey on an additional 90 minutes to a location deeper in the Sahara, where we will ride camels in to our tented camp for the night. It is a really fun evening.
We are only 3 miles west of the Algerian border, which is a bit hard to believe, and we are thankful that we ...
... things and he was very good about answering all of my questions. Then he asked if I was married. Joel, one of the other orphan wranglers has been asked that same question by a nurse at the orphanage, and simply having a girlfriend wasn't enough to keep him from being proposed to. So I figured I should go with a relationship status that was a little more committed. However, I didn't think I could sell married convincingly enough, so I settled for engaged. In retrospect, I should ...
... croissants. We sit it out for the next two and a half hours writing our blog and hoping we won't get kicked out. We order another chocolate after an hour as it's getting embarrassing but honestly, how many hot chocolates and croissants can one manage in one morning?
It's just gone nine so we leave the patisserie hoping that the coach office will now be open. It is not. Back to the stone benches. It's warmer now but I'd rather sit in a cafe. We head down to the ...
... high above in the desert. There aren't many words that could possibly describe the exhilaration and sense of awe felt.
Dinner back at the hotel, we sit around huddled with wine and playing cards. The night is quiet with the exception of faint strains of Moroccan music. We'd hoped for a starry night, but alas, was still fun to lie back and watch the clouds and few stars there were.
4x4 sand dune sunrise in the morning, couldn't ask for a better start =)