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Daily trek

This is the Danakil Depression in Ethiopia, a dried up sea and one of the hottest, lowest places on earth. Our first night, we encountered salt workers with hundreds of pack camels on an eight-day trek back to the nearest city to sell their mined salt blocks.

TAGS: Camels, Ethiopia, Salt

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 12.2015
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