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... besieged by those wishing to take us on the safari to the dunes, some 2 hours away by 4x4.
We chose the tour company mentioned in the Rough Guide. We were to have a two hour camel ride in the morning then drive in a 4x4 to Erg Chigaga, as well as secure parking for the camper for two nights all for 2000Dh. We did not have enough cash to pay assuming that there would be an ATM in M'Hamid - but no. We were told "no problem" we could sort it out on ...
... Nick, his British partner who handles the accounting, marketing, and sales of the company. As we listened to him, we enjoyed his slow, deliberate, and excruciatingly detailed storytelling style. Sam observed that as a nomad, Bobo probably learned this art with hours to kill during the long days and nights in the desert.
His story is an incredible one: he grew up a Berber Bedouin (nomad), traveling the desert of Morocco with his family and 4 others (30 - 35 ...
... doors using inlays of dromedary bones, mirrors, jewelry etc... All products are handmade of exceptional quality and can be ordered on site for delivery anywhere in the world.
Next we reach Tamegroute, an important centre of learning and religion, with its famous library containing more than 4000 books on medicine, mathematics and history. Tamegroute is also famous for its green pottery. We stopped at ...
... Moroccan Classic Sports Car Rally.
... 8230; going on a guided “tour” to see the “desert” sounds really, really lame. But then again, I guess for somebody just arriving from crowded Europe who’s never seen a desert before, I guess it could be an adventure of a lifetime.
I do have a “discovery” of my own. A couple guys on a street corner ask me to play some music and I decide to oblige. Soon they call a couple other ...