By Stanley Stewart - FT - Warmth and intimacy set it apart from its troubled neighbour Somalia — and make it an antidote to modern tourism. On the road to the Arabian Sea, the surface of the desert looked like a dinosaur’s hide: desiccated, calloused, cracked. In the middle distance were a cluster of nomad tents, like old haystacks. A gully opened and I glimpsed camels strolling in the sand boulevard of a dry river bed.
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