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The ideal desert vehicle,’ continued Paulo. ‘Look at the ground clearance – we will not get bogged down in soft sand in this. ’ ‘Yeah, right. Sump-cracking. That was number one on my worries list,’ said Amber. ’ continued Paulo, completely missing the sarcasm. ‘And she has been converted to diesel, so she is lighter on fuel. Coil-sprung suspension,’ he added, patting one of the Unimog’s huge wheels. ‘Eight gears, tough transmission. ’ ‘And if we’re planning to leave at dawn, we need to get a move on,’ added Alex.
All is quiet,’ said Khalid. ’ ‘Not further than top,’ warned Khalid. ’ ‘Not further,’ promised Alex. He looked over at Hex, but Hex was still lost on the Net. He shrugged and looked over at Paulo. ’ Paulo nodded and grabbed two sets of night-vision goggles from the quads. He handed one pair to Alex and they made their way over to the base of the dune. ’ asked Paulo. Alex nodded. ’ THREE Hex hardly glanced up from his palmtop as they started to climb, but Li, Amber and Khalid all stopped what they were doing to watch.
The news had been too much for one group of older Sahawari boys, who were already feeling rebellious and unhappy with their life in the camps. The boys had cooked up a plan to draw attention to the situation, which involved going into Western Sahara, defusing landmines and then bringing them back across the border. The boys had planned on using the explosive charges from the mines to blow a hole in the supply pipe from one of the oil company’s installations in Algeria, but the plan had gone horribly wrong.