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Le voyage Afrique 2008 se prépare depuis très longtemps dans la tête de GG et JPB qui se sont connus en Haute Volta en 1971. Bien des choses ont changé, y compris le nom du pays de destination, mais l'enthousiasme reste intact de retrouver une Afrique ...
Malaga, Spain to Lagos, Nigeria - an overland adventure visiting: Gibralter, Morocco,Western Sahara, Mauritania, Mali, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Togo, Benin and Nigeria.
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From the High Atlas mountains of Morocco to the vast Sahara desert of Mauritania; from the impoverished semi desert of the Sahel in Burkina Faso and Mali to the palm fringed tropical coastlines of Ghana... then onto the coastline of the Gulf of Guinea to ...
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A Travel Blog entry by modernnomad67 from Nouadhibou, Mauritania
... We spent a full day and two nights in Nouadhibou to relax and recuperate between the two stretches of our Saharan crossing. Nouadhibou is Mauritania's second largest city and a major fishing and iron ore port. From the looks of it, it's not ...
A Travel Blog entry by jeanchristophes from Nouadhibou to Atar, Mauritania
... next leg of our trip. All of us had at some time or another read about Mauritania and subsequently the train trip from Nouadhibou to Choum, the very one that we were planning on taking today. Mauritania is obviously a desert country with well under 3 ...
A Travel Blog entry by arnaudfoubert from Nouadhibou, Mauritania
... through the 4km no-man's land to arrive to Mauritanian border with police and customs formalities. Afterwards we drove all the way to Nouadhibou, where we camped at Auberge Abba with Iniaki and Maité. It was good to take a fresh shower there and to get ...
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