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... in the back, leaving the short end free. In case of a sand storm, you can wrap the short end over your nose and mouth, leaving a small slit for your eyes.
We set out across the desert, with most people now walking. It was very pleasant, with just your thoughts to keep you company. After a while, you would stroll up to one of the other travelers to engage in small talk. It was a great way to discuss mutual interests and the various ...
... They had selected the only tree within miles. How it got there and why there were no others in the area is a great mystery.
The staff had set up a long table with seating for 16 of us. We were thankful for the shade and to sit down. I estimated we had come about 4 or 5 miles. We hydrated with water and enjoyed a cold lunch of salad, olives, tomatoes, bread and chips. Incidently, there is no ice or refrigeration on board. It is a bit rougher ...
... for some fresh air. I see no smoking signs around but I think Morocco is pretty much a "smoke 'em if you got 'em" kind of place; cigarettes, hash and shisha pipes. We were burning them all. Not me actually, I think it is against the rules for the Muslims to share their hash with the Infidels. And, I can probably get better in Seattle. Probably safer too. The closest we have to coming off a bad buzz finding our self wandering in a vast desert is Renton.
After dinner, ...
... end. This extraordinary night in the desert has definitely been a highlight of our tour thus far.
After a short drive, we began our cycle. Only 10km to start with. We ended up in Rissani at our cafe stop the day before and had lunch. Mohammed had organised for us to have 'medfouna' as we had enjoyed his snack from yesterday's kiosk stop. Only this time the Moroccan bread was filled with a lamb mince and ...
Setting off early in the morning we had a long drive ahead of us as we drove further into the "dry" area near the southern border of Morocco, approximately 50kms from the Algerian border. After some off road driving, we were greeted by our camels who would be taking us to our campsite in the Sahara desert for the evening. The camel ride was an hour long and was fantastic and certainly a highlight of the trip so far. It seemed very surreal trekking through ...
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