Source: Roads & Kingdoms
Mint tea in the Sahara
We had been driving off-road through the Sahara near the Moroccan-Algerian border for what seemed like a day, but was probably closer to two hours.
Every bump along the landscape became more pronounced. The rattling of the truck grew louder, drowning out the odd yet satisfying mix of music— Johnny Cash, Enrique Iglesias and Sting— favored by our driver. The air in the truck was stagnant and humid—opening the windows was not an option unless you wanted a sand shower.
As bleak as it was inside the truck, outside did not appear much better. Whirling ...