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Nomadic Welcoming Attitude in the Moroccan Sahara.

March 8, 2014

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We traveled to Morocco in January with Overseas Adventure Travel

Our tour director, Mohammed, helping us converse with this older woman who only has one teenage daughter still living in their tent. Her sons come back to help. She says she has no desire to remarry. She is content. And we found that wherever we went in the Sahara. So much more to tell you but my tablet is too painstaking.. Check back for photos and thoughts.

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2 Comments
  1. Did the people there mind if you took photos of them ?

    • Not in certain situations. We did not take people photos in cities and around the countryside without asking permission. Our tour director always cleared photography with the people we stopped to talk to. But we missed beautiful moments making sure we respected their privacy.

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