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In Tunisia, during the Ramadan, I took a backpack, filled it with two bottles of water, a few kgs of dates and dry biscuits, a map and went deep south, way in the Sahara near the Algerian border for 4 days. First train, then bus, then collective taxi, then hitch hiking. I had to hike my way back, after waiting half a day in a Bedouin camp, discussing religion (LOL) and society with the young men, sitting on some rocks. I was offered a place for the night in their tents, but could find a ride in a huge Unimog 4x4 that passed (something Hummer+ sized, but with bigger wheels)
Instead of staying on the tracks, the driver took shortcuts trough the dunes, wandering dangerously close to the Algerian frontier, according to my map. We got in a storm and the fine sand ruined my Nikon.(I should have taken a plastic bag to keep it safe) Thus
I did see the herds of mehari camels in the dunes, I did cross the Chott El jerrid but I've no pictures.
(I should have obtained a permission from the provincial authorities for the trip: there have been kidnappings by some insurgent tribes in the region: one Austrian group got captured and hold prisoner or hostage for three weeks.)
I did a few other things like that. ;)0