The author and his companions might have reached the well of Falezlez last night; but as they did not know who might be waiting for them there, preferred halting three-quarters of an hour from it, and advanced only in the morning, in broad daylight. There they found their dates, left by the Tanelkums in the side of a mound of sand, with a piece of rotten wood stuck up to mark the place. They exposed by the side of the well, and a hundred caravans had passed, no one would have touched it. Round and near Ght they found the stones which are set up at certain intervals to mark the direction of the roads, frequently arranged in circular heaps. At Ght the agreement made was for one hundred reals, half in goods and half in money. A trifling present when they arrived at their journeys end, arranged by Haj Ibrahim and Mohammed Kafa.