Thursday, April 30, 2015

Sahara, A Dream Come True (2)

Tikerkiba, I cannot forget that tourist camping site. It was such a quite place in a remote area of the south of Fezzan region. 
A journey must go on. Here, the team started to experience the ups and downs of wheels on sand dunes. We were advised to take a very light meal only so as not to vomit. It was indeed a roller coaster ride.

The start of the roller coaster ride.

The first shutter click of sand dunes.
Wow! They made the first top.
The soft golden sand. Pretty obvious we had a hard feet getting back in the car.
We had fun on photographs.

Sahara, A Dream Come True

When I was a kid, I only imagined Sahara Desert as vast golden sand. I was wrong with that. Because of my career, it allowed me to travel to some of the brilliant places when I got the days off. I spent several times of my breathtaking adventure to Sahara Desert. Along my journey, I witnessed how beautiful the Earth is made. Indeed, God's masterpieces are a lot to unravel only a human eye can envision and a feeling to embrace yet with a lot of vague imagination how beautiful our planet is created.

The team .
Tikerkiba, a famous tourist camping site years ago.
It's just so lovely how these were made out of sand.
The top view of the mainland.