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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!

(Again, you can click any photo to see it larger, and control a slide show of all the below photos)

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The Indiana Jones Hike is named extremely well!

 

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Ladies working hard to grind flour by hand

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Little caterpillar

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The vines on the jungle hike are impressive

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Hiking through the open fields is amazing

 

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The Jeep rested here while I went out on foot

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More thick vines on the jungle hike

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Enjoying the views over The Grand Canyon

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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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