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Exploring fantastic Angola

Exploring fantastic Angola

Heading south along the coast the piste turned into new tarmac and the landscape became more desert like again. We found a small track leading to a spectacular beach with high cliffs rising on one side and massive waves crashing on the other. At a small gorge we set...
Waterfalls, beaches and much mud (Cameroon)

Waterfalls, beaches and much mud (Cameroon)

The following morning was spent once again on Bamenda’s delightful market where we haggled over plenty of fresh vegetables and freshly cut beef filet. Stocked up to the roof we drove south and descended for about 1000m on a pass after the former German mountain town...
Voodoo and Wildlife in Benin

Voodoo and Wildlife in Benin

The Togolese side of the border was a little bit confusing with 10 different instructions where to park and where not to but in the end we were done with the formalities quite quickly. The officials of Benin were extremely efficient and friendly and we were on our way...
The Bjagos Islands

The Bjagos Islands

This time we were more fortunate with the ferry and found out that it would actually leave on Friday. So we packed our backpack for the first time since our attempt of climbing Jebel Toubkal in Morocco and prepared for roughly a week on the Bjagos Islands. We decided...