97 Photos - Feb 21, 2012
Photo: Mauritania landscapePhoto: Photo: NouadhibouPhoto: Resting and working with my iPadPhoto: Photo: Photo: Gare du NordPhoto: End of the day prayPhoto: Sand removed MauritaniaPhoto: Photo: Auberge SaharaPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Auberge SaharaPhoto: Auberge SaharaPhoto: Auberge SaharaPhoto: Nouakchott beachPhoto: Nouakchott beachPhoto: Cool French motardPhoto: Auberge SaharaPhoto: Auberge SaharaPhoto: Auberge SaharaPhoto: Auberge SaharaPhoto: NouakchottPhoto: Leaving NouakchottPhoto: Major crossroad at MauritaniaPhoto: Photo: Photo: No mans land, between Morocco and MauritaniaPhoto: No mans land, between Morocco and MauritaniaPhoto: No mans land, between Morocco and MauritaniaPhoto: Mauritania at last, one can see where the asfalt road is starting againPhoto: Beautifully tied tagelmust (cheche)Photo: Beautifully tied tagelmust (cheche)Photo: Mauritania borderPhoto: 4000KmPhoto: 2km of ore train to Zouerate, sit down and wait while it passesPhoto: Mines on the north!Photo: Nouadhibou bayPhoto: Nouadhibou campingPhoto: Quality, Portuguese transports and InternetPhoto: Quality, Portuguese transports and InternetPhoto: My French companions at NouadhibouPhoto: NouadhibouPhoto: NouadhibouPhoto: NomadsPhoto: Nomads tending camelsPhoto: Nomads tending camelsPhoto: OK! me again...Photo: The only moving sand I saw...imagine a big onePhoto: Got it!Photo: Did you think Mauritania would be diferent?Photo: Tradicional Mauritania villagePhoto: Wow! You can draw it with a rulerPhoto: My night prison at Gar du NordPhoto: Footsteps on the sand dunePhoto: My foot on the sand dunePhoto: Stop for the end of the day pray, a mosque on the leftPhoto: Gare du Nord at nightPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: