In late September, I embarked on a journey to the low, medium and high Atlas Mountains and the Moroccan desert where I passed the old Dakar. One of the stops was the Kasbah Ouzina, in the middle of nowhere. It seems amazing how people adapt to what nature offers. The guys in charge are super helpful and friendly. With virtually nothing, they offered everything. Near this Kasbah is a village so do not forget to bring pencils and candy this trip. For the places where the 4x4 transit it seems that nobody lives except for kids running out to talk to you and sell you something, if only exchange for a pencil. They have nothing because there is nothing. The site is great, friendly, full of camaraderie and with lovely food with a flavor of traditional characteristic culture. Being in the desert, the light works with a generator and water is scarce so do not waste the resources they offer. Just behind the Kasbah are part of the dunes of Morocco and a few kilometers in sight can see the border with Algeria and all the controls provided by this country to avoid "intruders". If you go out there, say hello to Moha from me.