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What clothes should you bring? Your clothes’ types are very crucial to the weather change in the Sahara. Normal clothing is okay, but you should also bring a thick linen veil to guard your faces from the hot sun, wind, and sand. Light clothes, along with boots or moccasins that will reach up to the knees would be quite helpful if you are climbing on the soft side of hills or dunes, which have scalding hot sand than can cause you to get a horrible burn if you happen to sink into it without any kind of protection
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Unformatted text preview: around your legs. Some clothing may also bring fear; travelers are somewhat intimidated by the Tuareg warriors who are veiled up to their eyes in ritual litham clothing that inspire the fear people feel. While traveling, it would be wise to wear many layers of white clothing to protect yourself from the heat of the sun. Also, during the night, the many layers will help keep you warm. Sandstorms are very dangerous in the Sahara desert; your clothing should be light with a scarf and shoes....
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course ENGLISH 102 taught by Professor Tiff during the Spring '11 term at Cerritos College.

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