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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 ...
A very interesting evening and morning. The camel ride was an hour, which wasn't bad and my bum was glad it wasn't longer. The stars were amazing and we had traditional song by the nomads around a campfire. The night was colder then I can remember. Now I remember why I like AZ so ...
... landscape changed completely from lush pasture land to rocky mountain outcrops, to dry red soil plains and finally to the desert. We drove through a couple of mountain passes where the scenery was quite harsh and barren but breathtaking. A long day's drive but well worth it, finally arriving at our destination of Merzouga about 8pm tired but with a couple of bottles of wine to look forward to.
Tomorrow it's into the desert on ...
... by the name
of Bob Marley. Charly's camel was the one that was carrying the
supplies as it was a bit bigger and wider. I can't remember its name,
but the translation means 'not too big and not too little'.
After adjusting to the gait of a camel,
riding it was actually a really nice experience. Bob was very
comfortable, which cannot be said for Charly's camel...so I laughed a
little at her wobbling around and exclaiming that her bum hurt like
... 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 ...