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... rim and put a new tire on it. After some negotiations on the price we agreed and we followed the 110 to Zagora. Victor then joined the guy to the garage, and Martin put up the tent at the camp site.
At the garage the mechanics just put a new tire on our damaged rim. A test in a bucket of water showed the tire was leaking from all sides. The mechanics boss intervened and told ...
... Mohamed took us through what we could only assume was a dry lake bed. The gleaming silver surface was almost a smooth as tarmac, and a wonderful - if rather temporary - respite from the thumping and jolting of the desert pistes. I heard Alan sigh with relief. The milky lake bed was enormous, and must have extended for twenty or so square kilometers. We thought it would make a good airport ground, except of course there ...
... people I’d met, he was "just Mustafa" and he’d never left Zagora – “ Camel no go to Marrakesh”. All he talked about were his camels and how he wanted me to stay with him as his wife and we’d have “big wedding, big wedding in biggest tent” and he promised to treat me “like queen”. It got to the stage were I started to feel uncomfortable, so we decided that the only way to get rid of him was to retreat to the ...
... singing to Daft Punk. Very serreal!!
At 8am, we boarded our Camels, and took a shorter 30 minute trip, to our waiting buses, and made our way back to Marrakech.
The cost of the trip was initially 60 euros, but when you add on the non inclusive meals on the way and way back to desert, plus the kasbah guide, van driver, and other tips, it came to about 80 or so in total.
But was worth it for the experience. i didn't get the hump once.
... the people back to religion. At the time, this area was extremely fertile and prosperous, and the people were more materialistic than religious. The 3 elements of the monument are a functioning mosque, a mausoleum, and a Koranic school. Even today, any new king who comes to power visits this site to pay homage to the origins of this dynasty.
History Lesson - Mosque Etiquette
- Women and men do not pray in the same area - the women are ...