Travel Blogs from georgetown, Gambia

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Georgetown, Georgetown, Gambia travel blog

Georgetown

A travel blog entry by vmarchal

C etait dure d y arrivée mais j ai reussi apres 2 jours de ...

Deep into Gambia, georgetown, Gambia travel blog

Deep into Gambia

A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg

24

... a small minority want some money and try to find a fault that is fixable with a bribe. It gets dark and we arrive in Georgetown. A local boy called Osmond latches onto us and acts as our guide. We find a great place to stay and have our vehicles parked ...

Awesome Jungle boat trip, georgetown, Gambia travel blog

Awesome Jungle boat trip

A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg

53

... . On our return we stop off for some lunch. It’s a dire concoction of tinned food and bread. Its back to Georgetown after a good 5hrs and nobody suffered from dehydration. That same afternoon we cross the river north to Wassu, some 20kms away as ...

wzdluz rzeki Gambia - cd, Georgetown, Gambia travel blog

wzdluz rzeki Gambia - cd

A travel blog entry by kaya_travel

12

... warunkach normalnie funkcjonowac, na szczescie troche wialo i jakos dalismy rade. tym razem bardzo szybko znajdujemy gerry-gerry do Georgetown, zwany przez miejscowych Janjan-Bureh, tym razem podroz przebiega calkiem sprawnie i 119 km pokonujemy w ok. 3 ...

The Northern Route..., Georgetown, Georgetown, The Gambia, Gambia travel blog

The Northern Route...

A travel blog entry by jkosmides

... sell us to another taxi, and then turn around) in Wassu. We got to the northern bank of the Gambian river and across to Georgetown around 5pm. A nice guy pointed us towards our resort hidden away on the bank of this island. We get to this placed called ...

Paradise Lost ........ Paradise Found, Georgetown, Gambia travel blog

Paradise Lost ........ Paradise Found

A travel blog entry by joseph.heskin

1

... were less and less manned. Sleepy, hungry and desperate for a loo we drove into Kuntaur, a little village on the River Gambia. While not quite a planes, trains and automobiles journey, we swopped our car for a flat bottomed river boat and took off up the ...

No Red Scare Here, Georgetown, Gambia travel blog

No Red Scare Here

A travel blog entry by chrlttzmmrmn

10

... and catch a very hectic ferry to Barra for G$50.  From there we caught a ride to MacCarthy Island.  The city of Georgetown was founded in 1823 when the land was purchased by the British from the King of Niani.    We didn't stay in the ...

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