Le Sauvage Noble
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... finally reached the famous Valley of the Draa formed by the Draa River, the longest river in Morocco at a length of some 1,100 kilometers. With its lovely date palmeries and oases townships, the final leg of our journey was extremely pleasant. Towns revealed a new prosperity and the surrounding irrigated agriculture looked sophisticated and in fine condition. It was a beautiful afternoon and with the desert dust behind us, ...
... 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 ...
... Most Oases are strung out in a line because channels (called khettaras) which are built to control the flow of the water. Peter's driving, Brian's excitement and my clenching have been brought to a whole new level. At one point I actually got out of the car - no make that two points. And I have only done that once before in my entire life (Woody, OO, Watt's do you remember Bridal Vail Falls?) ... This was worse. Hopefully the pictures and videos do it ...
... live simply, I haven't experienced the level of poverty anywhere here I've seen other places (Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize). This is the first time on the trip that I had a sense of that.After leaving this area, we (finally) made it to our hotel after a long day of traveling. (We left our Berber camp this morning at 8:00 AM, and reached our hotel at 6:00 PM. Ugh.) It seems like tonight is Shannon's turn to catch the sickness I had last night, so we're going to call it an early ...
... was doomed to failure. Firstly I suspect there were several people in camp who simply didn't like taking orders (no, not me, not here!). More importantly, by now, when someone had to 'go', they REALLY had to 'go'.........like, NOW!
Visiting the toilet tents in the dark was also something of a challenge. We were completely dependant on the little torches each of us were advised to bring. Luckily mine had a little wrist strap at the end which I gripped between my ...
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