Travel Blogs from Nouakchott
... separatist Saharans had their base of operations, claimed the land belonged to a people different from Moroccans.
This young man in Dakhla, named Ali, strived for Western Saharan independence. He said the Moroccans currently got all the jobs; there were none for Saharans.
I returned to the trans-Saharan highway and attempted to hitchhike the remaining 450 kilometers to Mauritania. A ...
... African style to the frenetic city centre. I thought I would try my
lunch purchasing some long trousers and a long sleeved top.
Negotiations were tough and arduous but in the end we came to some
very satisfactory outcomes.
Again, the pace, noise
and life /activity in the markets is so impressive. After a couple of
hours of heat and noise , I returned African style to the auberge.
I spoke for a while
with the cleaning ...
... southern Sahara desert, until we started our descent....the westerly winds created very poor visibility conditions for our turn to final....we were close to the minima....the F/O kept telling me he didnt like the approach and we should go around....LOL
Compared to the MD11, this bird is easy to land....ready for Dakar!
... hoj (obs; försök till ordvits) och sedan kunde vi fortsätta färden. Vattenfallet var kul att se men kanske lite tveksamt om det var värt de 6 timmar det tog att ta sig dit ...
... 1072;нт Луисе, но тепер 00;, в лучше 84; случа 77;, одну ночь там перен 86;чую. Затем пару дней в ...