We arrived in Nouakchott. Immediately they integrated us into their social system for traffic regulations.
On 13.10. we started our adventure to the far, far north, with the first destination being Mauritania. For days Monika was having nightmares about the border crossing we have to take.
The great celebration of Tabaski is over. The whole week was very quiet. The roads rather empty, most people still on leave, digesting loads of mutton; the cars were rather empty – not a single sheep could be seen on the rooftop anymore. On Tabaski we had our huge plate of spicy mutton. Before leaving…
Cap Skirring, the ultimate tropical beach paradise in Senegal. When we arrived it was pretty quiet.
Sunsets are nice, but after some time they get boring. Always the same sun, the same beach and the same lousy guesthouse – even if it’s the only one currently opened. Well, we left Paradise Guesthouse – convinced that hell may be an option 2 paradise and moved on 2 discover a new country: Guinee…
At the border the Senegalese guys were efficient. They didn’t want anything.
After Monika has finished eating the whole stock available in a pharmacy thinking that chemical food may be good against fishy malaria, we finally got her back 2 normal food e.g. chicken with fries or fries with chicken; it depends on the offer. Last week, we drove quite a bit 2 the west. Currently we’re…
From Kayes we moved on towards the Senegalese border. Lots of Malian trucks were on the road which was more or less ok.
Of course, in Kayes we had to lodge in the historic Railway hotel.
Fish poisoning in Bobo, Moma’s adventures