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... of a khettara for the water source to be found below ground at the foot of a range of foothills of mountains, where the water table is closest to the surface. From this point, the slope of the kettara is maintained closer to level than the surface above, until the water finally flows out of the khettara above ground. To reach an aquifer, khettaras must often extend for long distances - 10 to 20 km. (Source: ...
... how many camels she wanted for me to become his desert wife where I would play drums and cook for his tribe. Tempting as that sounds...the thought of continually having sand in places that sand should not be...I politely smiled and Fatima did not make any agreements. She likes me...she really likes me!!!! Hahahaha
on the journey back to Marrakech we stopped at Labyrinthe Du Sud Antique store to buy some silver but we had to barter!!! It was like Aladdin's Cave, all ...
... ourselves almost surrounded at one point by 4x4s and scrambler motorbikers stirring up the sand with their tyres. They seemed to be based out of some ramshackle mud houses within a long and wide strip of the poisonous gourd trees. Lahsen explains that when the rain comes down off the mountains once a year it washes along here in a wide river, and takes with it all the dwellings which are then rebuilt annually. As the sun beats down, we trek on and begin our climb. I ...
... It’s a beautiful moment, looking to the west and letting all the experiences of the last 3 days start to soak in. But now I must make a choice: I might be able to find a place to stay the night here, and continue my hike tomorrow. But another part of me wants a change of pace… I can’t just hike through endless mud earth villages—fascinating as they might be—lest ...
Day 055: 2 hours, 2.4 kms
Continuing on to the next town, some of the boys offer to accompany me. Since I've been guilty of contributing to truancy a couple times before I remind them that their supposed to be in class. "Oh, we just got off school" they reassure me.
The hike to Agoubt isn’t to far—but would still be a miserable walk to make during the hot months. I ask why they don’t have bicycles “we ...