Lovers of travel reads will thoroughly enjoy Hawes' book on her journey through Morocco and Algeria. Hawes travels with two male friends overland staying with the locals. She finds herself being treated as an honorary male in Islamic society and does her best to understand the customs of the various tribes of the regions. She shares pigeon pie with cannabis farmers, learns to ride a camel, unwittingly insults her most influential host, and makes friends with a host of people from all walks of society.
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