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Morocco: the magic, mystery, menace

Tours with Ali the driver, Ali the Telouet Berber, and Ali the Marrakech guide. Starry Desert Sky. Rissani, Vallée des Rosée, Todra gorge Fresh squeezed green grape juice. Collective de Berbere nomade. Camels "Sandy" and "Monsieur Lash". The stillness and the chaos of the ancient Medinas. Eating Tagines, Couscous, and Pastillas. Rosewater, Saffron, Argan Oil. Mostly men everywhere, exuding dangerous affability. L'argent bijoux des berbères. Jemaa el F'naa. Le "whiskey "Berber

Do's and Don'ts of Camel Trekking in Morocco

Trekking in the glorious Moroccan desert, whether visiting Erg Chebbi or Erg Chigaga, will be an adventure, particularly if you haven't ridden a camel before. It gives insight into the lifestyle of the Berbers who have inhabited the Sahara for years. Here are a few tips from my recent experience camping under the desert stars. Do your research, find a company that will take you from your preferred city (Fes, Ouarzarzate, etc) to the desert and back. Renegade guides for hire l

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