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60 km later, the sky finally cleared. It became obvious that the blowing sand had been only 10 meters or so above the ground all along. I saw sand dunes the size of mountains as we left the Plateau de Tademait and entered a canyon for Arak. Arak is a small group of houses made of earthen...

permalink written by  roel krabbendam on January 27, 2007 from I-n-Amguel, Algeria
from the travel blog: Harmattan



Flat

The Plateau du Tademait surrounding In Salah is as flat as the palm of your hand, and that is where it gets its name in Tamachek. A black granule lies over red sand stretching far beyond the horizon, and it is tempting through untrained or sensitized eyes to call it “Nothing”. The black...

permalink written by  roel krabbendam on January 26, 2007 from I-n-Amguel, Algeria
from the travel blog: Harmattan



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