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... with his donkey cart and loads of quick set up souvenir stands. such strange sites to see on what appears to be a destitute area full of nothing but rock. About half way through we hit a snow storm and temperatures dropped to 1 degree and it was blowing a gale. Fatima was getting quite concerned that the camel desert trek wasn't going to be much fun if it was that cold. I have to say that the scenery is never boring, it changes so much and there are these lovely little ...
... 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 ...
... that it was not to be used for 'number twos' (Cockney rhyming slang). I tried to stifle my giggles when poor Jacko had to share this decision with the Trekkers in the mess tent. Sadly I have forgotten the little rhyme which was to remind everyone which tent was for 1s only but safe to say that this particular tent could be distinguished by its little orange flag (this was actually a sleeping mat cover bag - there was a boy scout somewhere in the camp then!). Unfortunately ...
... I’m on a tight deadline, but I decide to go for it.
…And of course, I’m going to take a little time to explore Tagnouite itself, since I’ve got to stop there anyways…
We exit Zagora, and the Draa Valley oasis still continues a bit farther, with a few more scattered villages, beckoning me to stretch my Draa Superhike even farther. But then, it finally fades out, and there’s nothing ...
Day 054 : 1 hour, 1.6 kms
With these towns being so close together—and of course I have to stop and play a five song "concert" in each one--I don't think I’m going to get a very high kilometre count per day on this trip, which is quite all right. I’m getting over a bad cold and am in no mood to try to break any distance records. My next town is another gem: a castle perched on a hill with a stunning ...