Thought for the day….” Sometimes you have to take a leap at life and builds your wings on the way down”.
“Courage is the power to let go of the familiar.”
The Sahara Desert is the largest hot desert in the world, and touches 11 different countries. In some parts, the highest sand dunes can reach 180m. Today’s photos shows a town in Morocco on the edge of the Sahara, seen here in late evening sunlight. Morocco has a population of around 33 million people and became independent from France in 1956. Rabat is the capital, although Casablanca is the largest city. Arabic, French and Berber are the main languages, and the money is called the Dirham. The national drink is mint tea, which is found in every city, whilst couscous is the national dish. Mining (especially phosphates), agriculture and tourism are the main industries. Not many signs of life in the photo though….
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