Hotel Semiramis Nouakchott
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... at us to drive his Hilux also on the beach. I jumped behind the wheel and Victor and the guys from Team Tjerokie (who helped to push out our Impreza) jumped in the back. Driving the Hilux on the beach was childs play, excellent truck!
We decided first to relax, have a swim and enjoy the sun. After a couple of hours we set up camp, took a shower and have a nice dinner with fresh grilled fish. Time for rest again - tomorrow we will cross into Senegal!
... squeeze, but we all got in, I should have taken a picture, but as I was crammed in the bag seat with bags all around me, there was little chance of that, but we did get back okay, hot and sweaty, then it was put everything on the truck and then find something for lunch and a look around
I had the strangest chicken burger ever, but I was so hungry I was past caring
Then I went for a ...
Our last day at sea before returning to Santa Cruz and our flight home.We were able to sit outside on the balcony and had coffee and fresh fruit for breakfast, the waves were not as high as yesterday but the swell was bad enough which meant that the top sun deck was almost empty.We went along to the special seafood buffet in one of the restaurants for lunch, there are quite a few things happening around the ship but we are happy just to chill out on ...
... it was back to the craft class, no photo today as the project which had some glitter glue added needs to dry so it'll be completed on the next craft day.There were lots of activities happening around the ship but we were happy to just chill out on deck with the odd dip in the pool to cool off.Tomorrow morning we arrive early in Dakar, it's our first time there, so looking forward to an interesting to visit.
... a totally different experience here than elsewhere due to the hospitality of S and F who were with us for most of our stay here. Despite our protests, S insisted on dropping us at the shared taxi stand south of Nouakchott from where we got two spots on a taxi bound for Rosso at the Senegalese border.
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A typical Mauritanian greeting (we heard that ...