After leaving Sedhiou, I stayed in Ziguinchor for two nights.

Me at the exit of Ziguinchor, Senegal.

The plan was to prepare for visa applications in the countries ahead and do my chores, such as washing my clothes.

Doing my chores! Washing clothes.

This is where I met Ron on a beautiful 30-year old BMW R80GS in good condition.

Ron and his 30-year old BMW R80GS, Ziguinchor, Senegal.

We went for food and beer in a nearby pub, and Ron very kindly paid as a way to help me with my journey and raising money for the hospice.

The following day, we had a stroll around the area. A welcome change from sitting on the motorcycle! Some of the trees around here are enormous.

Went for a stroll around Ziguinchor, Senegal, and saw this huge tree.

Ron spotted a snake of about 1 metre length slither away in the long grass. Later that day, one of the campground staff noticed a 10-inch snake in a tree next to my tent. He killed it and buried it.

The night before we left, we explored a different bar. The bar was empty, but they presented two well-chilled bottles of beer :D We were sat next to the road watching the world go by as the sun set. Lots of motorcycles without lights in pitch black -- it's crazy! Frogs and crickets abundant.

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