For the full posting, go to www.pilgrimagehome.com/2018/4/30/into-the-sahara-desert
We are already back from our Morocco trip, but the blog is lagging behind. 3 episodes & first some general impressions
The grand dunes
The last days, once we drank and eat enough, the camels would have some free power to carry us.
Shadows on the grand dune
We left Marrakech and visited the anima garden by Andre Heller (Viennese artist who animates/decorated a whole garden near Marrakech), to finally end in Ait Benhaddou.
… and meeting a group of Brussels (Belgium) schoolchildren on Easter holiday trip.
Loving couple 🙂
1 street long souk in the old Ait Ben Haddou
Square spiral in the Anima garden
Lying in the sun
Viewing the old Ait Ben Haddou
From the top of Ait Ben Haddou
Our trip continues over the oase in Agdz till Mhamid, where our desert trekking starts.
Beauty contemplating the evening sun
The BROT group
preparing the trekking
Eating on the way
hardened floor, 2 matrasses and a cover
10 people, 7 camels, one guide and cook and 3 helpers
Our commons in Mhamid
Muhammed, our guide and host, guided us for 5 days in the Sahara. Here an impression : Desert hike – the walking
On our way
Feeding the easter rabbit
Patrick with his magic staff
Observing ones shadow side in the flying sand
When there is too much sun and not enough trees
all the rest is only dune, dune, dune … sand
Desert hike – Eating and sleeping
Sonja en Herbert
Desert hike – The dunes
Impossible to come out between 12 and 15 hours.
huge and beautiful and endlessly empty
Patrick and the camel
from the largest of dunes (150+ meters high)
some 100’s of meters high
Desert hike – Camels
conversation with the silence