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treats rally preview of events & non itinerary for all itinerants

hmm, marrakesh to dakar, july 3rd meet in madrid, no stops at bars, none of that usual rally stuff, but maybe better, probably worse? for reference please re read some bowles and burroughs or for the lazy or visually enthralled re watch ‘sheltering sky’ or to live the real live beautiful disaster ‘naked lunch’ alas. stops include a few of the following plus lots more and stuff.  madrid, tangier, chefchaouen, marrakesh, dahkla, nouadhibou, nouakchott, dakar n such probably won’t make it n not really planning on it.  lock up the bikes come back find them again, or get lost and vanish. features include two “worlds largest” events.  oh camping at the ship graveyard for awhile and lotsa beach mopeding action. minimal planning allowed.

http://googlesightseeing.com/2009/02/16/worlds-largest-ship-graveyard/

click on the photos and wander around and look for things on the map of course

http://looklex.com/mauritania/matrain.htm

http://mauritaniatraveldiaries.wordpress.com/2006/09/05/nouadhibou-city-northern-mauritania-border-with-moroccan-western-sahara/

exerpt “Specially here in Nouadhibou, various organized mafia groups and underground organizations find refuge to make business. Korean, Russian, Chinese, Nigerian, Senegalese and also White Moors underground organizations are settled here with their business of drugs, prostitution, car export, fish export, guns and even man slavery working at day light.”

good luck treatsies, 103 full time of course. not degrees. but more or less degrees too.

some people are going i think.

but what’s the real point? to get more stickkkerss.  that’s where our stickers come from, our ancestral treats roots african, maroc and burkina, like going home for treatsies.

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damn it. fuck NO i should have said YES. maybe i will surprise visit you guys in madrid .

Comment by spanish connection

I’m there.

Comment by mojo.

May I come?

Comment by Rocky

BB, I don’t have your phone number because I dropped my phone in a lake! Please call me ASAP.

Comment by Pedal

Paul Rabinow’s “Reflections on Fieldwork in Morocco” and his mentor, Clifford Geertz’s “Local Knowledge” are great reads too!

Comment by jstn




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