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... dividing the sky in two. Some brought out star charts to identify constellations. The conversation turned to whether there was intelligent life out there, and we went around the table to each give our views on the subject (consensus was in the affirmative). One by one we retired to our tents. I know it wasn't 15 seconds after Roz and I hit the foam mattress that we were sound asleep.
In the morning, the guides brought hot coffee and a ...
... I'm sure he didn't mind.
We continued for several more hours walking on and on. You adapt the the camel's rhythmic gate, almost as if slowly riding a child's rocking horse. The camels are well behaved, and dutifully follow each other in line, albeit not in a perfect file. Seems each camel wants to see where they are going, so they step slightly to the side in order to see in front. Occasionally, the camel behind will step forward and rub its ...
... for the past few days. I am at a loss for the proper words to describe the camel. Given my average Scrabble score, I am already starting with a handicap. But bumpy but soft depending if the camels footing changes in the soft sand, jarring and smooth depending on the angle the camel is walking the dunes, silent and loud depending on what the camel had for lunch. And smelly!!! Cause Camels **** like they are on a warm beer and beans diet. If is also a thigh burner too as ...
... although untethered, they had remained in the one spot because one of their front limbs was tied in a flexed position.
It was such a beautiful setting for breakfast - sitting at the table in the dunes with the rays of the rising sun. Chris was thrilled to get his boiled egg. The camel ride back was also fun (my seat this morning was more comfortable than yesterday) though it did start to get warm ...
... mules and a flock of sheep. So many shepherds! Luckily, since the sheep graze close to the roads and their keepers keep them off.
We have ended up in Merzouga, Hamid's home town, on the edge of the Sahara Desert. I don't know what it looks like since we arrived in the dark but we will go to see the native people of the area tomorrow, and in the afternoon take a camel ride into the desert, sleep in tents somewhere ...
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Route De Rissani , Erfoud | 4 star hotelfrom $94
Route de Rissane, BP 188, Erfoud | Hotelfrom $85
Av Moulay Ismail, Route de Rissani, Erfoud | Hotelfrom $47
BP 94 Route De Jorf, Erfoud | Hotelfrom $39
- Engaging staff
- A nice place
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Avenue My Ismail, Erfoud | Hotelfrom $49
Route Arfoud a Errachidia km 5 BP 205, Erfoud | Hotelfrom $156
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km 5.5 route Arfoud Errachidia , Erfoud | Hotelfrom $94
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B.P: 251, route Errachidia, Erfoud | 3 star hotelfrom $80
km. 19 Erfoud road to Merzouga, Erfoud | Hotelfrom $85
Route de Rissani, Erfoud | 2 star hotelfrom $46