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... just kilometers away. Mohamed considered we had no option other than to turn back.
We were forced to back track all the way to Merzouga and onto Rissani near Erfoud, where we would head south on a main road to Zagora (refer map). It was multiple torture. It would mean a much longer journey, adding what we could only estimate as another 200 kilometers to our trip. It would also mean we would miss the final leg ...
... Sahara. We Made a pit stop to get the car looked at, and a new spare (good call). Exploring around the Plateau region was cooler than we expected. The area was once a huge body of water which makes for some interesting finds. At days end, we rolled into a lodge called "Take your time". A funky little place with some really great food. Peter, so kindly, packed us a cooler with a few beers to enjoy along the way. Here in Islamic country, you can't just roll up ...
... short when it disappears into the desert sands near the coast. Zagora is the capital city of the Draa Valley. It's a new city, built in the 21st century and completed mainly in the 1970s, as a city to help support the large agricultural population in the area.
Day 055: 2 hours, 1.1 kms
It looks like it's going to be one town after another for a while. In my next village, a few hundred meters away, I see something strange… a man going from house to house begging. This is quite rare ...
... br> and the fruit, the Argen Tree has a fruit whos kernel produces a rich
vitamin oil used in a wide range of applications according to the degree
in which it is refined, is used in cosmetics for what it thought to be
anti ageing properties, medicine and culinary uses, and finally as a
fuel for lamps. Quite fascinating sight, and will be a good collection
of photographs to show how interesting it is.