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  • Waiting for GodSpending time in Boubacar was very enlightening. It is a very peaceful place, with people spending most of their time working, eating, praying, and chanting. No exaggeration – I thought it was only me who thought that, but various others Posted by pikku_myy in Al Rihlah | Mar 10, 2011
  • The holy city of BoubacarOn the evening of Monday we set off for Boubacar. The current leader of the Tijaniyya called Cheikh Ould Khairy, is a Mauritanian Arab who settled in Boubacar with his family. They were gradually joined by followers and the place Posted by pikku_myy in Al Rihlah | Mar 10, 2011
  • A crash course in Senegalese IslamWhen I first arrived here, I was feeling pretty complacent I have to admit. I had been here before, and was used to lots of the initial differences which can be shocking. I knew the over-inflated prices taxi drivers and Posted by pikku_myy in Al Rihlah | Mar 6, 2011
  • Western SaharaWestern Sahara – Weds 23rd September 2009 We’ve crossed through the High Atlas, Middle Atlas and the Anti Atlas. The mountains are done with us, make way for the desert. The area of land south of Morocco, north of Mauritania and Posted by hilarywh in Western Sahara | Sep 26, 2009
  • Dit is een testNou daar zijn we dan Posted by marcelk in Afrika op en neer | Feb 10, 2007
  • Day 15Nouakchott to Zebrabar, St. louis. Crossed the border from Mauritanie to Senegal which took 5 hours and 125 euro..... Arrived at the Zebrabar campsite very late, but dinner was ready and cold beer was served! [img=http://www.travellerspoint.com/photos/ Posted by Dennis78 in Team Driven | Nov 27, 2005
  • Day 14We waited for the tide to lower and drove for a while on the beach. That was really cool, but ufortunately we could not continue because of large rocks and sand. [img=http://www.travell Posted by Dennis78 in Team Driven | Nov 27, 2005
  • Day 13Drove through the Sahara all day. The scenery changed a lot of times, and at the end of the afternoon we had to cross 3 Posted by Dennis78 in Team Driven | Nov 27, 2005
  • Day 11 + 12Left Nouahdhibou around noon and headed for the desert. First fueled up the van and 4 jerrycans and bought loads of water and snacks to last us for 3 days. Drove into the desert for about 3 hours and set up camp Posted by Dennis78 in Team Driven | Nov 27, 2005
  • Day 10Drove from Dahkla(Morocco)to Nouadibou (Mauritanie), Crossed the border, which took us 6 hours! Picked up a guide for the Sahara, named Dahid. Had dinner in a Chinese brothel....... Slept at Camping Abba in Nouadibou [img=http://www.travellerspoint. Posted by Dennis78 in Team Driven | Nov 27, 2005

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