Senegalstyle Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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I don't miss them but I will admit that I do miss trashy reality television as well as these other 25 things.
1. Trash cans.
2. Capitalism. (And I am not sorry.)
3. My friends and family! :(
4. Nail salons.
5. Automatic cars.... specifically my car.
6. OTC drugs at grocery stores.
7. My ...
And then it was time for my final country…..The Gambia. As The Gambia is the only country we visited which didn't need a visa, we had imagined the border crossing being fairly straightforward in comparison to some of the previous countries….how wrong we were! Initially we were refused entry on the grounds that we had recently been in Guinea where the Ebola outbreak is fast spreading. They requested health certificates which of course ...
... October is supposed to be one of the best months to surf in Senegal. The winds are the lightest at this time of year but we had pretty heavy onshore winds a lot of the days so quite often the waves were pretty choppy. The reef is also incredibly uneven, which kind of screwed up the way the waves would break. There would be very fast sections and then all the sudden it would get very slow. Could be a bit frustrating at times. Definitely not ...
... everything!! This beautifully stickered-out box was filled with things such as a Hawaiian calendar (duh), keyboard cover, wipes, adapter/converter, memory card, and jump rope. I assumed that a package being sent from Hawaii would take some time to receive but I never would have thought six weeks!! Considering the length of time it takes to get a package it appears as though I will only be requesting luxury items instead of the necessities, in which I ...
... looked long and powerful and womanly. We got in an argument, though, when she refused to join her siblings for a photo. Why was Mary was so timid?
Mary's sister-in-law Aida, a hair-dresser for many Europeans in Dakar, and I got along better. One day, Aida clothed her coffee skin in a hat and shirt made of a light material that poofed around her like two pillow cases. They were the colors of a coffee ...