Kasbah Erg Chebbi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... sleep!!! Although the tents were cozy and the beds really comfy. I had to pee and was too chicken to get up by myself. I kept hoping Barb would come from her tent and want to go to, but no luck. I finally fell asleep around 130 am and then, it seemed like seconds later, Barb was shaking my arm to get up and go outside. The moon was up and it was so bright. We had moon shadows!!! And, the stars were just amazing.
Tahar woke us at 4:30am so we could catch the sunrise from the top of the dune. It was a serious mission to climb up and the angle was so steep it was more of a crawl. The sunrise itself was actually pretty lame and it turned out there wasn't even any benefit in being up the dune, ...
... soon be mounting for our trek out to our Berber Camp.
The Sahara Desert is one of those iconic places that we both grew up hearing about and seeing in movies and documentaries however we never thought we would actually find ourselves perched atop camels trekking across the stunning red dunes as the sun set over our shoulders. We really had to pinch ourselves and take the time to appreciate this most amazing of experiences. How lucky are we! We could ...
... three pants, two pairs of socks, a shirt around my neck as a scarf and my towel as a hair wrap, I'm as ready as I can be. The cold I had which reappeared back in Essaouira has now got worse and all this road travel hasn't made it any better. Today we face another long drive, leaving at around 8:30 am we continue our trek to the desert. Some occasional stops along the way and 8 hours later we arrive.
The lengthy 2 day drive and lack of explanation of sites on 90 percent of ...
... grey pebbly plains around them. As the sun starts to go down, shadows deepen on the dunes with eye-catching results. We mount our camels for the ride up the dunes to watch the sun set. Two days ago we were freezing, today it is quite hot and with long sleeves, a turban and Berber caftan, which my cameleer produces from a bag for me to wear, I am almost expiring! My camel's name is Oualie which means "black" and he is very bony and uncomfortable to ride. ...