At a Mauritanian bus station

Dalrymple remembers certain medical students in England whom he used to examine. They

brought bottles of water with them to the exam as if it were being held at an open-air bus station in Nouakchott.

Stay hydrated

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  • JamesFed  On January 27, 2019 at 14:29

    I’ve found it very easy to hitch over short distances, maybe up to 10 km further than that payment is expected. However I did hitch with a general from the Mauritanian Army from Atar to Nouakchott, he even insisted on paying a hotel for us halfway.

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