In Porto Novo, the proud capital of Benin we went on a discovery tour. There are some beautiful colonial buildings occupied by all kind of Government institutions.
On the way to Dassa in Central Benin. Some 300 km.
We planned to visit the Pendjari National Park. As the rainy season started we were afraid the roads might not be practicable and the park closed.
Hi Guys, This is still a construction site. As soon as we will start our trip from Burkina Faso 2 Laufenburg in August, we’ll tell u more about our adventures, our high- and lowlights, incredible dangers we survive and all the boring stuff nobody wants 2 know. In the meantime feel free 2 have a look…
Dear All, Yes we did it. On 15th December we entered the proud village of Laufenburg where we have our apartment. So we completed our journey Maseru2Laufenburg after 9 month and 15days; a total of 290 days of hard work, privations, exiting adventures and incredible dangers. Well, we officially crossed 14 countries in Africa, among…
In Laufenburg we opened the entrance door of our apartment just to discover that it was not any warmer than our house in Maseru during the winter months: 9 degrees.
On this route u cross a really great number of countries u wouldn’t have heard about a few years ago. This implies lots of border crossings and intense socializing with locals hanging around at the border posts.
Currently we crossed 14 countries and 13 borders. Time for some remarks on bureaucracy and hassle when moving from 1 place to another.
Tomorrow we should leave Egypt to sail to Turkey. Our fixer was not present; but he sent us 2 sub-fixers, Ahmed and Ibrahim.
Dear All, We made it – at least Capetown 2 Cairo. If we listen to most guys on the way from Nowhere in Africa to Anywhere in Africa they aim to drive between these 2 towns. Unfortunately we’re neither Capetonians, nor Caironians, so Cape2Cairo may not be our final challenge. We started 9 month and…