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Back in Senegal: casamance region

Not too much to report here, other than the occasional clash with the French language. C’est la vie!

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Yet another sweet ride to cross the border!

After being on-the-go for the last month, I decided that I’ve bought myself enough time, and that now I can afford to take it easy for a few days and rest at the beach at Cap Skirring. I stopped for one night in ziguinchor, but had a couple nasty encounters with locals and decided to move on. Very pretty town though!

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Am I the only one who sees incredible beauty in stuff like this?

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Peanuts for DAYS at the peanut oil factory?! Thanks, WHO.

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Gorgeous view from the bridge crossing the river casamance

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Hi guys!

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Cool landscape at the river’s edge!

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Now, Cap Skirring, being a prime location for rich tourists, is essentially the definition of exactly the kind of place I should hate. But, I’ve decided to let that go for now – the place I’m staying is super quiet, pretty much just me and the guys that work here, and because of that, I don’t have to go into town whatsoever. The only time I encounter other tourists is on the beach itself. And that I can handle.

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Good morning, Cap!

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I made a friend 🙂

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More friends! (Aka wtf, why are there cows on the beach?)

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In reality, yoga on the sand is tricky. I quickly moved into the little hut behind me for a more stable surface! But you can’t beat the view.

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