Hotel Xaluca Dades
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The best part of our trip yet!
Around 4 o'clock in the afternoon we were minimally packed with warm clothes and our toothbrushes ready for a night in the desert via camel ride.
We were walked down the road and there were our four camels and Hassan, our camel guide. With quite a lot of difficulty we managed to mount a camel each, …
... different rustic hues, we found the deep red rock surrounding us was softer with the early shadows of the day, again the contrast of the vibrant oasis along the valley floor really enhanced the panorama. We had a steady stream of local villagers parading past us on their way to or from work, often carrying loads of hay either in sacks draped across their shoulders and down their backs or on their mules.
We met on the terrace for breakfast and enjoyed a ...
We had an early morning wake up call from Ahmed to see the sunrise over the dunes. I for one was glad to get up out of the hard uncomfortable bed. I didn't sleep very well as a Berber nomad unlike the rest of my group who were medically assisted! It was quite nippy at around 6 degrees so we had all the winter woollies on. He made us more mint tea and then it was time to mount those camels again for the trek back to Merzouga. It was really ...
... A lady in a tent is very keen to give me a henna tattoo...all natural products she assures me. No chance, you're not using that needle on me! Showground completed, we walk back down to the pedestrianised area back to a cafe where we await Monsieur for our lift back to the valley. We conclude that our stay in the valley has been a bit of serendipity as El Kelaa is a bit of a dump and if we need to be holed up anywhere for four days, the lovely valley is definitely the better ...
... track and saw lots of Greater and smaller numbers of Lesser Short-toed Larks and several Red-rumped Wheatears. We stopped to look again for the Thick-billed Larks on the way back to the road, by which time it was getting quite gloomy, with the sun having set behind the mountains, but only found a couple of Lesser Short-toed Larks this time. We had ...