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Hiking in Doucki, The Fouta Djallon part 2

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The hiking with Hassan near Doucki, Guinea continues to be amazing, and I will continue to let the photos do the talking!

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The Indiana Jones Hike is named extremely well!

The Indiana Jones Hike is named extremely well!

 

Ladies working hard to grind flour by hand

Ladies working hard to grind flour by hand

Little caterpillar

Little caterpillar

The vines on the jungle hike are impressive

The vines on the jungle hike are impressive

Hiking through the open fields is amazing

Hiking through the open fields is amazing

 

The Jeep rested here while I went out on foot

The Jeep rested here while I went out on foot

More thick vines on the jungle hike

More thick vines on the jungle hike

Enjoying the views over The Grand Canyon

Enjoying the views over The Grand Canyon

Dan in the jungle

Dan in the jungle

-Dan

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  1. January 10, 2017

    […] Oh yeah, it's because there are virtually ZERO tourists in Guinea! See tons more pictures here: http://theroadchoseme.com/hiking-in-…outa-djallon-2 -Dan Around Africa in a Jeep Wrangler JK @ To view links or images in signatures […]

  2. January 10, 2017

    […] Oh yeah, it's because there are virtually ZERO tourists in Guinea! See tons more pictures here: Hiking in Doucki, The Fouta Djallon part 2 | The Road Chose Me […]

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