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Nice set meal, good nights sleep in a lovely warm room.
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Erg Chebbi - Merzouga - Nekob -Ouarzazat
Leave via an ancient city of Rissani, famous for during the old ages for the caravan routes. Then continue passing the volcanic Sarhro mountains - so different to the Atlas Mountains. Then meet up with the Draa valley lined by many palm groves. night in ouarzazat
Today we got up early to see …
... br> It has been a long day. Issy wants to stay at the Riad for dinner, but I convince her that we should go to a restaurant in the Medina near the main square. We are joined by another couple from Melbourne who are also staying at the Riad. They are Mario and Sharon, and they live in Mont Albert. After dinner the four of us go into the square. It is ridiculously crowded. There are food stalls, street performers, and people leading monkeys around trying to get you to pay ...
... man is crouched on the ground in the shadow of a building, his back resting against the wall. Before we could even ask he laughs and points the way. It is obvious that tourists get lost on a regular basis here.
The weather had calmed itself and was making for more pleasant travel and camping we took a ride to the ‘End of the Road’ and Algerian border town of M’Hamid where the sandy desert of Erg Chigaga begins.
Another big drive today. The distances between major places are long (a lot of windy roads as we're in the Atlas Mountains). We called in at a local market (only held once a week) which was busy with all sorts of produce. There was even a few "Bunnings" stalls. The people come from far and wide and buy their produce and necessities for the ...
... celsius) sunlight reflecting off the sand tricks the eye into seeing things that don't exist. Absolutely amazing.
Overall for us, it was the simplest moment that proved the best in the Sahara – riding a camel backwards, learning to tie a turban, singing and laughing with our berber men (whether or not we were laughing at the same thing is another story), standing ontop of the dunes and simply lazint ...