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Africa » Chad
November 23rd 2007
Published: November 24th 2007
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Very few tourists come out this way, those that do, will never forget the experience...


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River RoadRiver Road
River Road

The rain season turns roads to rivers.
Public TransportPublic Transport
Public Transport

Buy a dromadaire, you can sell it at your final destination. Travel light, sunglasses and sunsreen is highly recommended.
Fast and FuriousFast and Furious
Fast and Furious

It is much safer than it looks...
DonkeyDonkey
Donkey

Closer to the ground, a more down to earth way to travel.
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4 X 4

Even closer to the ground, a VERY down to earth way to travel. At best 40 KM/H in the sand and stuck in the mud during the rain season!
Snake and Scorpion Infested ForestSnake and Scorpion Infested Forest
Snake and Scorpion Infested Forest

The presence of subterrainien water permits a surprisingly lush vegetation to flourish, sheltering small game, dromadaires, apes, scorpions and snakes.


28th November 2007

Nice account of Chad
Thanks Dear Michael, You are indeed one the few who dared venturing into these wild lands of the remote Africa. I myself am from neighboring cameroon (never been to Chad though). Thanks for the pictures of the landscape there in Chad.

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