Kasbah Hotel Sahara Sky
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... they are like big sponges. They saunter along with a strange stride! I had to adjust my position a few times to get things in the right places and to figure out how to hang on and now as I watched Fatima infront of me, I had to concentrate because it was really happening...we were riding camels in the friggin desert!!! Ok, we learned that in fact the one humped creatures are not camels they are called dromadaires. Who knew??
its bloody amazing how protective ...
... that people survive in it. Its larger than the united states. Hot hot and hot....is what is it, and we were lucky enough to hit it on the tail end of a sand storm and the only cloudy day in months. We even had rare rain sprinkles. It hit 54 degrees C (130 F) the day before and 44 C (110 F) for us in the Sahara. The best part of this excursion was the many Oases. Their existance depends on rivers that flow down from the Anti-Atlas mountains or an underground ...
... he starts yelling at the gendarme, venting out all his frustration. Great. Now I’m going to be stuck in the absolute middle of nowhere with no ride.
Luckily the police wasn’t in a bit more civilized mood than my driver and kept his temper under control until my driver cooled off, got back in the car… and both vehicles steered clear of each other…
Tignouite is an “in between” town ...
... season and a section of the market is just for local producers to come and sell their dates.
I remember a discussion I had with a fellow in Boudnib last summer who said "it’s a real pity that Morocco with its millions and millions of palm trees still imports dates from other countries like Tunisia." Now I want to find out what people in this region have to say about that.
I’m told ...
... from the dry mountainous areas to endless palm trees told us that we were getting close.
We arrived in Zagora, and were welcomed with some more mint tea, this time it wasn't so pleasant. We were taken to our camels, not only our camels but a whole bunch of camels! Around 30-40 camels! Wow! They were all sat down though, but with the reputation of being nasty animals that spit, I was a little bit nervous as we were told to come closer to them haha! Our two camels had ...