Category: Border Crossing

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Crossing the international border from Nigeria into Cameroon. Not so official 0

Nigeria Ends

(My Nigeria crossing starts with the story Into Nigeria. You should begin reading there) Anticipating a massive final day in Nigeria, we are on the move early once again. We top off everything we...

In Nigeria 9

Into Nigeria

Nigeria gets all kinds of bad press. It has by far the largest population of any country in Africa – population estimates are as high as 180 million – and a booming economy and...

On the beach in Cotonou 1

Into Benin

Leaving Lomé I follow the highway along the coast, and arrive to the major border crossing there with plenty of time left in the day. On the Togo side I hand in the Temporary...

The last camping in Burkina Faso 7

Into Togo

I had planned to camp somewhere around Tiébélé, though after my experience there I hit the road and put down some miles hoping to clear my head. Right on dusk I arrive in the...

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