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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Toubab dialaw

Senegal

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By Anonymous , 28-12-2006

- toubab dialaw is a special place...
keep it without crowd.

By turtle (you know who i am) , 05-04-2005

last piece of land - damn it! it's our last piece of coast where we can run away from dakar's jungle and its ever growing crowd... leave it to us... don't invade the south coast... francois, i know business is business but let's keep these pictures of Toubab hidden somewhere else than in a surf travelling website... we want "la petite cote" to stay preserved the way it is... Almadies is already way too crowded compared to the old good days... leave us alone!

By djcmc@web.de , 19-11-2004

toubabdialaw - Check Olivers reggaebar on the beach, nice place with nice people. go 3km to the southend of toubabdialaw and with a good 3-6 feet swell and high tide you find a very long (150m) righthander with a lot of power. attention the bottom is sand and rocks, be carefull, i scrached my feeds. good luck and feel the african way of live

By anonymous , 08-02-2004

no title - those “corrupt bastards” seem more wishful than official

By anonymous , 08-02-2004

Taking a car. - I drove through Senegal, if your car is over 5 years old, they may not let you into the country. You need a very expensive carnet de passage, as the officials are ignorant, take a dodgy photocopy of one. Also when at the border, DO NOT GIVE THE OFFICIALS ANY MONEY, the corrupt bastards tried to drain us 200 Eu a piece! Once the officials realise you are not taking their shit, they will let you past. Avoid the Rosso crossing from Mauritania and take the route Seaward of that. Involves a long drive along the top of a dam.

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