What an amazing feeling to wake up in the desert that morning. Then, the other people started waking up gradually one after the other. We rode a camel who seemed asleep to go back to our base.On our way back, I saw the Sun rising in the other side of the horizon. It was so big and beautiful that it filled my heart with such an emotion that I can’t describe.
After that, I had to part ways with the group I spent time with the last three days and headed to Fès, my next destination. I feel sad every time I had to leave people. I left Japan to travel around the world alone, but, I wouldn’t be able to enjoy the journey, if I haven’t met all those people on the way.
I like meeting new people more than seeing new places. Anyway, I got on the bus with a Korean woman whom I befriended during the Sahara desert tour.
About 10 hours later, we arrived in Fès. Fès is a city famous for its labyrinths. The old town has been listed as a UNESCO world heritage in 1981. As might be expected of a city of the labyrinths, it’s really easy to get lost here unless you’re a local.
I then walked through the narrow and winding alley with a heavy luggage and finally arrived at the hostel in Fès.