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... car for a set itinerary. We had a guide in Fes for this our first day, as the others weren't joining us until the next. Did we want a guide, or did we just want to wander and get lost and discover things for ourselves? As it turned out, Mohammed was the best option by far. He was waiting downstairs, and we talked for a while about what we wanted to do. We wanted to dive into the medina, not for shopping, but to see some real things that weren't necessarily ...
... and offering to take us to the station where we could leave our bags, and give us four hour tour of Tangier, very beautiful, very special place, the markets, the palaces for only 10 euros each. Kerry quietly indicated the turquoise taxis in the near distance, which, she'd read, were the official taxis. I looked back and David was standing next to another type of car with a driver (who would probably also ask for euros), with the boot open and ready to gobble up ...
... Bet you didn't think I knew what a table runner is, did you?).
We piled in and headed off for the desert except for one more stop to load up on three 1.5 liter bottles each. 4.5 liters for a 12 hour tour. Sure, Even a 3 hour tour has been known to go horribly wrong but co.e on. With my luck, they would be needed to the last drop so I dutifully loaded up.
The camel tour staging area is a ramshackle mud brick hotel right up to the edge. So close, that sand dunes ...
The alarm went off at 5:20AM as planned. Caleb was not in the mood to get up telling us that we never let him sleep. After a few minutes he was up and Adam and we were outside. There were lots of stars in the sky still and we wondered if we should have stayed in bed a while longer :) We started climbing some dunes and walking away from camp. We sat and saw some shooting stars. When we got higher up we realized that were were maybe 1,000 yards from the ...
... again. At one point we turn a turn off the road onto the desert floor. There was supposedly a path to follow but with the wind and sand who knew where it was. The path was bumpy and Caleb loved it - the shocks on our 4Runner were good. Ten minutes later we pulled up to the edge of the Erg Chebbi dunes and a building of sorts which turned out to be where people and camels can stay. We had our faces and eyes covered as we got out of the car as things ...