Chez Le Pacha
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... sun had set behind the mountains we eventually reached the camels that awaited us to take us the last stretch of our journey to our camp – an hour and a half ride into the Sahara Desert.
After the most uncomfortable hour and a half of my life we finally arrived at camp. 10 or so huge tents arranged in a wide circle around an open space with a campfire to one side. I had never been somewhere so dark and quiet and it took a few minutes to absorb where ...
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 ...
... is profound. Lois runs over looking much happier and brighter; she got some sleep and feels revived. We all use a record number of babywipes tonight but still manage to get into the big top in time for mint tea and biscuits - when did something so simple become so important? Everyone looks rather stunned after today's dramas and Christina is nowhere to be seen. Tonight sees the instigation of a 'sick tent' and the Naughty Boys moving into the big top. There's no stopping them ...
After dinner, the guides made a fire and played some drums. We listened for a while then tried to figure out how to take pictures of the stars, then went to bed early. We were very tired from our entire day of sitting in the car.
The next morning, we woke up at sunrise to climb up on a sand dune and take a ton of pictures! Then we had a quick breakfast and got back up on the camels . I think ...
... I do notice the guys are a bit fairer skinned than upriver, although clearly darker skinned and lighter skinned folks intermarry freely all throughout this region.
On towards town, another fellow selling dates beside the road comes over for a chat. He’s actually a university student in Agadir. "I come during the date harvest time to help out the family" he tells me, clearly ...