Some water drops wake me up. It’s neither dew, nor kids playing with water. And there are too much drops for pissing bats. There is only one option left, it’s rain! And there is thunder! Rain season started, and I have to be quick to install the outer tent. I […]Read More
Cycle Guide Senegal
Senegal is a wonderful country to cycle in. If not for their delicious food, it’s for the beautiful landscapes and the mighty baobab trees. You might want to consider bringing earplugs, because the many times the kids scream “tubab, tubab” to you makes you want to cycle in the remote Sahara.
You can visit Senegal visa free for 3 months.
|Language||French, local languages|
|Currency||CFA (2019: €1 = CFA 655)|
|Religion||Islam, Christianity, traditional|
|GDP-rank||#156 (of 192 countries)|
See & Do
Possible, but there are lots of people everywhere, so consider asking permission first. And there seems to be wild animals as well, so you might want to be careful.
A great way of meeting locals and sleeping in your own comfortable bed. Ask anyone in a village and they will search a spot for you.
Some places have accomodation, but it’s expensive. Think about 10.000 CFA for the cheapest price.
WS / CS
Not very common, only big cities offer CS hosts.
Rest out very well I faced my last day in Mauritania. The road became from good to worse to really bad and almost not cyclable. However, it was all compensated by the surrounding, which now was full with trees, water, donkeys, horses, cows, boars, camels and more. It was a […]Read More