An illustrious group of adventurers want with the help of an international support team to travel from Jerusalem across the Libyan border. Their goal is to have a cup of tea with Colonel Qaddafi around a campfire before the gates of Tripoli. The project is comprised of two parts: a two-week training period in the Jordanian desert and the 5,500 kilometers main trip from Jerusalem to Tripoli through the Near East and wide stretches of the Sahara. The route is to be traveled with the help of three old, desert-proven expeditionary vehicles and with camels. The intention behind the endeavor is, regardless of whether the participants will reach Tripoli, to stick together. The Zen master Alok, who occupies himself with the creativity of idleness and paints calligraphies of human auras, interrupts his sojourn in India and travels especially to Jordan, to give his contribution to the preparations for the adventurous desert odyssey. Stan, a master of negotiating techniques, having gathered ...