Hotel Ksar Assalassil
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... one of the country's greatest natural wonders and home to Erg Chebbi a 600 foot high dune. The sands are endlessly shaped and reshaped by wind. The Arabs call this an ocean without water. We couldn't take enough pictures of this majestic setting, home also to many movie sets. The crossing was slow and difficult even for the camels, but under the watchful eyes of our Tuareg cameleers, we finally made it back to civilization, a comfortable bed and cold beer.
... things, crocodile skulls, dinosaur bones and complete creatures from another world. Large pieces of stone with fossilised plants and animals - all magnificent. We were given their names but of course cannot remember them now, we will have to research them to get them right for the photos.
As we were looking around we saw the camp owner in the store and initially we thought he was connected to the store but ...
... quite windy. We went inside and had the obligatory Moroccan whiskey aka mint tea. Due to the winds we would wait about 45 minutes before we set out. After being in a car for a while we all manned up and went to play soccer in the sand and wind. There were a few dramadare's (camels) getting saddled up and I took their pictures. We met Rachid the owner of the camel/luxury tent business. He ended up being the husband of five years of the British lady ...
... was at the small village of Ifrane. It reminds one of something you might see in the French Alps. That is because it is a relatively new city, with a high elevation in the Middle Atlas Mountains and built during the French Protectorate era in the late 1920's. Alpine skiing is about 10 minutes away from Ifrane but we couldn’t see the ski lifts. The limestone lion was carved by the French soldiers once stationed here. We only had a quick ...
... 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, ...