Xaluca Bivouac La Belle Etoile
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... be a kind of slang because it gets the most approving smiles when we use it.
The most complicated phrase we have learned is "Salam, wa ali com. ". Peace be with you. The response is "wa ali com" ... And also with you. ". I tried this out after a complex exchange at the hammam and it definitely won me some favor.
We learned "chokran" is thank you and ...
... t any closer. Of course, the nomadic lifestyle of the residents here likely means that a few miles is virtually no separation at all, but we figure that spending one night so close to Algeria is nothing to be concerned about.
It is so fun to realize that we have now ridden camels in two of the Earth’s greatest deserts — the Gobi and the Sahara — just a few months apart. The scenery is magnificent, and we take tons of photos. The contrast and ...
... us. John and I were so tired, we left a little early because tomorrow we get up before the crack of dawn for the sunrise tour of Merzouga Dunes. (Tom and Maryann told us the next day they kept us out of a Moroccan prison because we left without paying for our water and covered the bill! Oopps! Thanks guys!) Khalid said the Gate1 guests asked to have another night at this hotel so next year Gate1 has adjusted the tour to include two nights here. I’m ...
... outright cold in my t-shirt. I looked at the outdoor temperature on the car gage and saw it had dropped from 22 C in Fez to 16 C in less than 30 minutes. Yikes.
About an hour into the drive, Karem pulled off the road so that I could see Dayet Aaoua, a freshwater lake popular with the locals in the heat of the summer. Unfortunately there was no heat here so I had Karem open the back of our vehicle so I could get put my hoody on. A little warmer, we set off ...
... and also to showcase the diversity of Moroccan landscape. Just like Switzerland the local shops had full ski gear for hire, because yes you apparently can ski in Morocco!
Our next stop was the cedar forest where we had play time with the local monkeys. Although they weren't overly friendly they were people tolerant and Jane had to be pratically dragged away. Especially when the babies arrived and were extremely ...