279 Photos - Feb 9, 2012
Photo: Photo: Photo: The coast of MoroccoPhoto: Tahadart riverPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Road to Larache, it looks like the south of Iberian peninsulaPhoto: LarachePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: LarachePhoto: Photo: First night at Morocco, LarachePhoto: Photo: Photo: First meal at Morocco, bread, Harira soup, chicken and rice, Coca cola (no more beer...) and hidden in the paper, Meloui pancakesPhoto: Camping site at Larache, five stars!Photo: Photo: Photo: Best tagine everPhoto: Cooking a taginePhoto: Cooking a taginePhoto: In front of Mauritania embassy at RabatPhoto: Waiting for the visa to MauritaniaPhoto: Filling the formPhoto: Friends from Guiné Bissau, waiting for the visa to MauritaniaPhoto: Friends from Guiné Bissau and Senegal (right), waiting for the visa to MauritaniaPhoto: Raining!Photo: Raining at RabatPhoto: Manif at RabatPhoto: Manif at RabatPhoto: Mosque at RabatPhoto: Pointing South ;-)Photo: Pointing South ;-)Photo: RabatPhoto: My Notebook and pen, best companionsPhoto: At RabatPhoto: At RabatPhoto: Rabat, from the hotel room to the local mosquePhoto: RabatPhoto: Hotel Royal RabatPhoto: RabatPhoto: Rabat, Arafat Day During HajjPhoto: RabatPhoto: RabatPhoto: RabatPhoto: Road south, to CasablancaPhoto: On the road, rainingPhoto: On the road, rainingPhoto: Taking a break, and lunch.  Menta teaPhoto: AzemmourPhoto: Cotton lucky charm from Sevilha areaPhoto: Cotton lucky charm from SevilhaPhoto: El Jadida campingPhoto: El Jadida campingPhoto: Photo: Photo: El Jadida, Portuguese City (Mazagão)Photo: El Jadida, Portuguese CityPhoto: El Jadida, Portuguese CityPhoto: El Jadida, Portuguese CityPhoto: El Jadida, Portuguese City (Rua da Carreira)Photo: El Jadida, Portuguese cisternPhoto: El Jadida, Portuguese cisternPhoto: El Jadida, Portuguese cisternPhoto: El Jadida, Portuguese cisternPhoto: El Jadida, Portuguese cisternPhoto: El Jadida, Portuguese cityPhoto: El Jadida, Portuguese cityPhoto: El Jadida, Portuguese cityPhoto: El Jadida, Portuguese cityPhoto: El JadidaPhoto: Road south, to EssaouiraPhoto: Photo: Photo: El Agagcha, Fair dayPhoto: El Agagcha, fair dayPhoto: El Agagcha, Fair dayPhoto: El Agagcha, Fair dayPhoto: El Agagcha, Fair dayPhoto: El Agagcha, fair dayPhoto: Photo: The Fly, South of El JadidaPhoto: Photo: Photo: Road south, to EssaouiraPhoto: Ouch!Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Onagha camping :-)Photo: Photo: Essaouira (Mogador)Photo: Essaouira (Mogador)Photo: Photo: Photo: Somewhere south of EssaouiraPhoto: Photo: Photo: A dry OuedPhoto: Photo: Beautiful TamriPhoto: Tamri plagePhoto: Photo: Photo: Coast to AgadirPhoto: Photo: Photo: Sidi WassaiPhoto: Photo: Girl talk at sunsetPhoto: Sidi Wassai beachPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Self-portraitPhoto: Road to TiznitPhoto: 100km/h maximum speed, I guess!Photo: Scared by a transit sign! 2257km!Photo: Photo: Igherm, South of TiznitPhoto: Photo: Old ruinsPhoto: Photo: BouizakamePhoto: Guelmin, road to Tan TanPhoto: Guelmin, road to Tan TanPhoto: Guelmin, road to Tan TanPhoto: Guelmin, road to Tan TanPhoto: Refueling testPhoto: Road to Tan TanPhoto: Road to Tan TanPhoto: Road to Tan TanPhoto: Road to Tan TanPhoto: Road to Tan TanPhoto: Tan Tan, the first desert cityPhoto: Night meal at Tan Tan plagePhoto: Photo: Oued Chebika, with the fortification on the leftPhoto: Oued Chebika, with the fortification on the leftPhoto: Photo: Photo: Self portaitPhoto: My friends Mr. and Mrs. Couloignere, somewhere between Tan-Tan and LayounePhoto: My friends Monique and Michel, somewhere between Tan-Tan and LayounePhoto: Photo: Michel and mePhoto: Heavy fishermanPhoto: Photo: Fishing for Meagre and Seabream from the cliffsPhoto: me, again :-)Photo: Fishing for Meagre and Seabream from the cliffsPhoto: Neverending roadPhoto: Photo: Photo: AkhfennirPhoto: Shoping at AkhfennirPhoto: First sand dunesPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Sand DunesPhoto: Sand and an overwhelming skyPhoto: Sand and an overwhelming skyPhoto: Salt panesPhoto: Photo: Salt panes before TarfayaPhoto: Photo: Sand dunes by the road TarfayaPhoto: Casademar at Tarfaya and far behind the Canary IslandsPhoto: Photo: 3000KmPhoto: Fans by the road, wellcoming my arrival to TahPhoto: Photo: Photo: Tah, border to West SaharaPhoto: Photo: Dead in the desert, but not of thirst...Photo: Flat!Photo: Photo: "Speed Kills"Photo: More road to southPhoto: Photo: Photo: The numbers start to be smaller!Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: More cattle, no shepherdPhoto: Photo: Boujdour (Bojador)Photo: BoujdourPhoto: Boujdour (Bojador)Photo: Photo: Preparing for the night at BoujdourPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Boujdour from the sea sidePhoto: Cape Boujdour (Cabo Bojador)Photo: Photo: Preparing for the night at BoujdourPhoto: Photo: Making some tea before going to sleepPhoto: Desert? Humidity!Photo: Soaked wet in the middle of desert!Photo: Can you tell what is behind me? More straight road.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Straight ahead and south.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Cliffs north of DakhlaPhoto: Cliffs north of DakhlaPhoto: Fishing boat near DakhlaPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Dakhla bayPhoto: Photo: Dakhla bayPhoto: My room for the nightPhoto: Photo: French kite surf hotelPhoto: A new girlfriendPhoto: Dakhla bayPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: We became such close...Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Enjoying the end of the day with a great companionPhoto: Freezing the moment...Photo: Freezing the moment...Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The lobbyPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Straight south in a 360º viewPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Cintra BayPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Military fort near the borderPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Morocco border to MauritaniaPhoto: Morocco border to Mauritania