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In Saint-Louis I found another couchsurfing friend to stay with - Karim. Karim and his girlfriend live in a beautiful house with a swimming pool, a guard at the gate to the property, and a lovely dog called Jumbo. Karim recently moved to Senegal from France and is starting to grow and sell chilis. He wants to do the same with cabbages, and so I spent a happy but very sweaty day planting blue (I have no idea why that was the colour) cabbage seeds in Karim's chili fields. When I ...
Day 18 (Tuesday 24th of February)
This morning we got up before sunrise to pack the tent and be ready to leave at 8:00hrs to go to the border and cross into Senegal. Destination for today: St. Louis!
We had the car quickly packed and exited the beach a lot easier than how we got on the day before. On the parking lot we reflated the tires, which took a bit longer than expected since our compressor stopped working. We were affraid ...
... a long way to go shopping, (I hope it was worth it)
I went with Jesus, he didn’t want to just sit around the camp like everyone else wanted to
We got there and hired two push bikes for a couple of hours, mine had the wonky saddle, so I had to stop every so often to give it a bash
Well where we went on the bikes was a waste of time on this island, it just seemed to be piles of rubbish, ...
... also discovered that all my music is in fact on my iPad. This was SO AWESOME because I forgot my iPod at home. By home, I mean at home in Falher, Alberta, Canada! So, I thought I had no music... until Wednesday. I have been jammin’ out for like 4 days straight now (that might be a slight exaggeration...).
Thursday was crazy busy. I thought Wednesday was chaotic, but Thursday was worse! We went to visit Mamadou and Fodé. As part of the ...
The group had decided that rather than have another day in Nouakchott we would head on towards Senegal so with a 5.30am start we faced a long drive day to make sure we had time to cross the border. As we were up so early we ate breakfast on the go, a whole orange and a few cheese triangles each. Little did we know that in Africa they would be obsessed with laughing cow cheese. You can buy it everywhere ...