Growing up in Arizona, I’ve always been fascinated by the desert. That’s why I am particularly interested in the BEDOUIN TRIBE of North Africa and the Middle East. Believe it or not, there are over 8 million bedouins (nomadic Arabs) living across 21 desert nations.
Over the years, I have had some incredible experiences with bedouins in countries like Yemen, Oman, Sudan, Algeria, Mauritania, and Jordan — and today, I finally got around to telling you the story of the Bedouins while here in the Sinai peninsula of Egypt.
All I have to say is that bedouins are some of the most open and hospitable people on earth — they will force-feed you and serve you copious amounts of hot sugary tea. I really admire their lifestyles and I’m excited to share this story with you.