This part 2.
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This is a protection from sand – a weak attempt to prevent sand dune to continue even further. Does it help?
Tourists sitting on camels during their tour to the Sahara desert.
Now this is not the most attractive bedouin tent, but seriously you should appreciate what you have! (Note: not all Bedouins live like this.)
Bedouins wear traditional bright blue clothes. Men and women cover faces to protect skin from sun and sand. When they have to travel in desert they cover their skin with a special blue chalk. This prevents their bodies from losing water. That’s why they are called “blue men”.