Mercure Marhaba

Address: 160 av Gamal Abder Nasser, Nouakchott, BP 2391, Mauritania | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 160 av Gamal Abder Nasser, Nouakchott.
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Travel Blogs from Nouakchott

Day 17: from middle of nowhere to Nouakchott

A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 23, 2015

5 photos

... anymore since the complete front end including the tow point have been ripped of the car earlier) and continued.


The final drive to Nouakchott was about 125km over good asfalt and thus didn't take much time. Around noon we arrived at the camp site some 15km before Nouakchott. A very nice place actually, with green-blue water, relaxing chairs under umbrella's made from palm leaves and a beach bar - almost what you'd expect on some ...

3 December Mauritania Nouakchott

A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Dec 03, 2014

8 comments, 26 photos

... have to light the fire, so that is one small mercy

We went out to find a market, not a hard job in a capital city I hear you say, nope, the markets are few and far between, we did find a fish market, but it would have been a brave person that bought fish from here, the whole place just stank of rotting fish and there was piles of them everywhere,



even a semi sunken boat on ...

30 November Mauritania

A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Dec 02, 2014

5 comments, 29 photos

... hand, we are off, no need to get everyone on the truck, we are all there, we move about 100 yards, then it’s all off for the truck to be X rayed, sniffed over by the dogs and we can go (hopefully)

Yup on the move now

We pass though a town I thinks, it looks pretty run down and grim, I never had a chance of photos, but really it just wasn’t worth taking photos, it was just a street with a few donkeys and a few block concrete shops

We are ...

Following the sun...

A travel blog entry by lighttraveler86 on Mar 16, 2014

8 comments, 84 photos

... Sahara's land mine fields...

again Tortheus have proved his off-road capabilities with no single undesired stopover. the only thing he asks sometimes for is lowering his air pressure and a "bit" more food...

maybe the Mauritanians overwhelming generosity is one of the reasons why Mauritania is one of the poorest countries in the world. every time they have convinced you to buy something from them they give you a present which is worth ...

West coast of Africa Central Atlantic Ocean

A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Feb 10, 2014

2 photos

... as couples tried to decide the best place for their sun beds, gentlemen would position themselves in what they thought was a good spot, move the beds from the shade and start navigating to a the sunnier spot only to be instructed by the wife that the bed would be better "over there". They moved "over there" and then changed again , maybe to be further along the deck. Shunting, moving, repositioning, changes ...