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... colours and patterns, I really couldn’t see myself in a yellow and blue suit
Now this campsite, it’s a new campsite, set up a few years ago, it’s quite a trip from Dakar, at least an hour and getting here we passed through a couple of villages, nothing special really
We were here for 3 nights and during that time one of t5he blokes had a birthday, so as you can imagine they had a party, music was played and ...
Well, this is the last blog post of the trip. It has been an amazing five weeks. Someone told me yesterday "all good things must come to an end, Renelle." Yes, I agree. But I don't see this as an ending. It’s just a transition.
So, here’s a recap of last week – probably the busiest week of my trip.
Monday was super interesting because we had a meeting with ...
... lifting a bag, a family of four and an entourage of four to five escorts.
Our taxi's windshield was so busted up, you could hardly see out of it. Dakar is a checker board of rubble and functional construction. We were in Africa.
The taxi took us straight to Keur Diame (http://www.keurdiame-senegal.com/), and Ibra, the concierge, welcomed us by understanding our English. They were gracious in preparing us a ...
... to leave. I had to register on-line and scan copies of my passport, hotel info and plane ticket out of Senegal, which I had not even purchased yet. After a lot of running around trying to find a scanner and a lot of stress I finally was able to get all the info they needed emailed over.
I landed at the airport at around 2am. It took another hour till I was able to get a visa and as the guy was handing me my passport, he asked for money for a ...
... Between IST and Thanksgiving I have spent the last three weeks with my fellow volunteers and it has been a great time. Dakar and Thies are so different than the Senegal that I know and live in it’s a good escape. They have malls here, fancy hotels, pet stores, grocery stores with actual carts and air conditioning. It’s like a different world, but the world that I am used to and love. Someday America we will be reunited but until then, ...