Hotel Le Rogniat Nord
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... I mean it. I’m pretty sure they don’t even know what stress is. If you experienced what I’ve come to call “African time,” you would understand! What I mean by this is that African time is usually in the range of 15 to 60 minutes late. For example, “lunch will be at 2PM” means that lunch will be anywhere from 215PM to 3PM! So, if I’m late for anything when I get back to Canada, you’ll understand why. Saturday was super chill. ...
... just everywhere you looked. It was very sad to see in such a beautiful country.
We drove around the city and into the country and arrived at Zebra Bar campsite. Our main excitement was that it had a bar, yes a real bar, with real beer. After being in a dry country our first stop was to get ourselves an ice cold beer and then explore camp. It was beautiful, it was perched on the edge of a ...
... other travellers...in mauretania they are really cool here they are same kind of people i meet in germany. Not cool...
I went with really cool people down to the border, but at the border they had to pay money (bribes) which they didnt want to, so they could not pass....after some time another guy gave me a lift to st lous, i didnt even have a chance to repay thei kindness so now i feel kind of guilty because i left em...
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14th December Drove South, across the Senegal River into Senegal and to St. Louis, where we camped. The first alcohol since 8th December!
15th December Went into St Louis town, changing money into West African CFAs. Camped. ...
The hardest days ride so far! Nouadibhou was awful so once Adrian's tossing, turning an snoring became in bearable we decided to leave at 6am and ride through Mauritania stopping at Nouakchott for a break to get to to Rosso, the border town to Senegal. We got out of town and the day started with the usual amazing scenes. About 70lm out of nouadibhou a goat ran into the road and I hit it. Luckily the impact was taken by the crash bars (hate that name!), 3 inches ...