In part 1 of Camping in the Sahara, I described the experience of an overnight camel trek and how much fun it can be. If you’re planning your own trip to Tunisia, though, getting to the Sahara and trying to arrange such an activity might sound a […]
I step out of the black, goat hair tent. The morning spring air has a refreshing bite. Next to the fire, Abu Ahmad offers me a cup of mint tea. I dip my last piece of bread in fresh olive oil and “za’atar”. “Your camels are waiting for you,” […]
Last weekend I brought a group of seven 40 and 50 year-olds to southern Tunisia, the land of unique underground Berber dwellings and the exotic Sahara Desert. Like many visitors on group tours to the desert here, our plans included a […]
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