Crawling up through Mauritania


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Africa » Mauritania
November 27th 2010
Published: November 30th 2010EDIT THIS ENTRY

Cute, very cute we were, but even more naive....The bus ride from Bamako to Nouakchott was indeed a bit more than the promised 30 hours, which I also mentioned in the previous blog entry. I would have settled for 40, but in the end it became 50 hours. Ok truth be told: we arrived just a bit too late at the border, so we were forced to sleep there. But the Mauritanian customs were nice and suggeste... Read Full Entry



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CamelsCamels
Camels

As stated before: you got to marinate them with white wine...
Something Went Wrong...Something Went Wrong...
Something Went Wrong...

Does someone know what's going on with our camera? This ain't normal....
Sunrise at 6 amSunrise at 6 am
Sunrise at 6 am

And it was still cold.
Our TrainOur Train
Our Train

We couldn't see the end nor the beginning. They state it's 2.3 km long: the longest train in the world!!!!
SURVIVED!!!!SURVIVED!!!!
SURVIVED!!!!

Smiling in the morning, but during the night frequent curses could be heard. The wind and moist were not helping us....
Just an Overview PictureJust an Overview Picture
Just an Overview Picture

The Trans-Siberian was a bit more comfortable.



30th November 2010

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