The work up to the real business was tedious, sitting around a "Bedouin camp" for hours in the afternoon, a skimpy BBQ meal, but then when night descends it all changes. Actually we went in March. You need winter clothing or freeze. There are powerful telescopes, you see Saturn's rings, the guide explains the heavens and it is all worth the wait.
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