Who expected this Saharan landscape? Not moi! The Moroccan Sahara is 30% rocky. An amazing part of the world to explore. That would be the hubs and I enjoying a Moroccan moment.
Casablanca's old French Colonial buildings fascinated me, but I wish Morocco had the money to renovate them!
We saw a lot of this part of Morocco as we drove through the Sahara Desert which makes up 70% of Morocco.
Driving along the road we saw a semi-nomadic tribe. They allowed us to visit with them in their home where they live for 6 months of the year. It was an amazing set up. The baby is 2 weeks old and proud mumma wears the gold necklace her husband bought her for producing a son and heir.
Taking a tour is a great way to make new friends. Our Moroccan tour guide Abbe is in the centre with new Aussie friends Ron, Ashne and Chris. I'm on the right. Just stopped to see a huge reservoir near Erfoud, the most easterly part of the Sahara we visited.
I thought Berber Denise might amuse you. What fun we had riding camels up to the top of the highest sand dune in Africa and watching the sunset while our feet baked in the hot sand.
Signing off for now, bad me for blogging! Tried to resist. Hope you're all doing great while I'm enjoying my travels and getting all these story ideas!