Our Ivory Coast visit ended up just being a short visit. We drove in from North-East Liberia to Man where we stayed one night. Then we went to Yamoussokro where we spent the day and spent another night. From Liberia to Yamossokro the roads where extremely exhausting. Every 50 meters there as a hole so … Continue reading Ivory Coast short stop
Entering Liberia was one of the greatest feelings we had on our trip. Finally everybody spoke English! All the countries we had been in till now they didn’t speak a word of it and we had such a hard time communicating with the locals. So entering the border we just stood and talked with the … Continue reading Liberia and finally english!
The border to Guinea was a two day drive from Dakar. The road there wasn’t particularly eventfull, but we wildcamped both days. One of those nights we encountered a local man who approached our camp carrying a machete. First time seeing a black man with a huge knife this was super scary. However we found … Continue reading Guinee, beautiful nature and HOT weather
So the last couple of days can best be expressed by pictures. Each place we camped was just a breathtaking scenery. The first day we crossed over to the “country” called Western-Sahara, there was no border or anything because of the Morrocan occupation, the only thing different was a lot more police-stops and them wanting … Continue reading Beautiful landscapes and McDonalds in the Sahara
We arrived Marrakech pretty late and spent the night on a nice campingplace with a very friendly Moroccan owner. With 3 degrees celcius this was our coldest night so far. We were just eager to get further down south and get a little bit warmer nights. Anyhow, we had to see Marrakech. Just stepping out … Continue reading Marrakech, Agadir and our first fine
Our first day in Rabat started with us going to the liberian embassy to get our first visa, we gave them our passports, 60 € and a fake booking confirmation for some hotel down in Liberia. We had to come back in the afternoon so we had a little time around town. Rabat is not … Continue reading First step in Africa and the capital of Morocco