Marhaban my darlings,
Out of Marrakech but still in Morocco, I am sharing the second and last post from the Agafay Desert. This time I’m going to show you the place we stayed in this stone desert, the Scarabeo Camp. Staying in a tent was an experience on its own for me. I am not a camping type of person. And this place was more of a glamping experience. You could say that we stayed in a luxurious tent and we had everything we needed inside, from a comfortable double bed to a fireplace. Oh that fireplace.. It made everything even more magical. It was a really cold night and having that fireplace made everything super cozy, super romantic and we had the warmest atmosphere. If it didn’t rain, I would say that it was a great night. But it rained. And I’m scared of everything! So having the rain pouring and me staying in the middle of nowhere without any walls around me, for me that was scary!
The Photo Shooting
But before the rain started at Scarabeo Camp, everything was perfect! We had a warm welcome to the camp, and got prepared for our photo shooting. The camp was gorgeous with the most amazing view of the snowy Atlas Mountains. That view was absolutely breathtaking. You could gaze those mountains for hours. I love the photos with the Atlas Mountains in the background the best.
When I think of deserts I always have a camel in the picture so when we planned this post I wanted a camel in my photos! So in most of them I’m posing with a stubborn camel (that wouldn’t get up to take a photo) wearing an off shoulders top that I bought from Spain ages ago, a pair of culottes that my grandmother made them midi length for me, a head scarf from Mango and a pair of espadrilles I wore in half of my posts!
So I hope you’ll enjoy the post! Actually to help you enjoy it a little bit more I included all the photos that captured my frustration with my camel!
Love, Lucy xxx
Wearing: Systemaction top, Zara trousers (that used to be long length), Mango head scarf, Cousu Main espadrilles