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Cruising on the ship of the desert

For many people camels are associated with the Sahara Desert, or they conjure up the image of Lawrence of Arabia being bounced over hot sands on his trusty beast. However, it’s a little known fact that Australia has the largest population of wild camels in the world. Although the camel is not native to Australia, camels were considered the best form of transport across the wide Australian deserts, so were imported in the 1800s to help develop the country. Beltana Station is run by Russell and Ros Osborne, both of whom have a fascination for camels. They have spent a number of years researching camels and studying their behavioural patterns, feeding habits, temperament and the best ways to handle them. . . . → Read More: Cruising on the ship of the desert

Ancient Chinguetti Mauritania

Chinguetti is important because it is considered to be the 7th holiest place in Islam . . . → Read More: Ancient Chinguetti Mauritania

Disappearing Chinguetti Mauritania

Chinguetti was an important trading centre and also a place of Islamic learning . . . → Read More: Disappearing Chinguetti Mauritania

Ouarzazate Morocco

Located in the High Atlas is the province and city which share the name Ouarzazate . . . → Read More: Ouarzazate Morocco

Eerie Landscape of Adrar des Ifoghas Mali

There are wide, narrow valleys that are sparsely filled with large granite rocks . . . → Read More: Eerie Landscape of Adrar des Ifoghas Mali

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