is it at Erg Chigaga sand dunes.. ? (spelling ) approximate GPS 31.193714,-3.982601
an awe inspiring place.. the silence of the desert has to be heard to be appreciated..
my son Paul pitched a two man tent on one of the dunes to watch the sunrise.. but two days was plenty.. after you've seen the sand, had camel ride and walk a couple of miles there is little else to do..
It may have changed, but when we were there the 'site' had no water except a trickle from a well that had to be collected with a bucket, nowhere to dump black or grey waste, no toilet or shower.
can you still smell the sand and feel the dryness ?
thats just looking at the pics .
oh and grind the sand in your teeth, taste it . ha ha
i can .
some dont know what they have missed . but might experiance it one day .
have a good one
Last time van was in for some warranty work the workshop people were joking about all the sand they found. And I had spent three days hoovering out every nook and cranny (or so I thought).
I think what happens with a double floor is that you can't get at the sand in the middle of the van and then as you drive it all gets shaken up and redistributed back to places you have already cleaned.