Travel Blogs from Cap Skiring, Senegal

Sort by Newest Best first

Not off to a good start, Toubacouta, Senegal travel blog

Not off to a good start

A travel blog entry by catmoj

5

Our joyful reunion was in try Banjul airport style: Him standing for two hours waiting for luggage in the steaming heat, me climbing up onto a post to try to see him, frantically waving through the crowd, pushing through the throng and me jumping like a ...

Plage aux vaches, Cap skiring, Senegal travel blog

Plage aux vaches

A travel blog entry by vmarchal

De la detente, apres les routes affreuses de gambie, fait du ...

Sine Saloum Delta, Toubakouta, Senegal travel blog

Sine Saloum Delta

A travel blog entry by liselle

2

Really long time since my my last entry! sorry! Went travelling down the coast all the way to Toubakouta to visit the Sine Saloum Delta with some other volunteers. Started off on Monday the 1st, travelled to Dakar to stay for one night in an apartment, ...

Senegal and Gambia, Cap Skiring, Senegal travel blog

Senegal and Gambia

A travel blog entry by bronwen

2
26

... to lose all the weight you put on in the last couple of weeks! At our last update we were just preparing to enter Senegal through a notoriously bad border crossing and we mentioned 2 Frenchmen in the 2CV trying to get to Dakar, but being shipped off on ...

Nice little village, for a taste of Senegal, Tabakouta, Senegal travel blog

Nice little village, for a taste of Senegal

A travel blog entry by mothman

... sorts with the guesthouse aspects of this hotel. Past guests have complained about lack of English speaking. Bare in mind this is Senegal! That said, the receptionist spoke English, as did the general manager, who is a Swiss guy who greeted us personally ...

West Africa - not for the faint of heart, Cap Skiring, Senegal travel blog

West Africa - not for the faint of heart

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo

9
45

... . Another incentive to not make me want to swim in the waters by the lodge, I can tell you! March 27th - Hotel Hibiscus in Cap Skiring, where we were supposed to spend 2 nights. Unfortunately, we had to cut it short because some of our group needed to get ...

Overlanding Notes for Senegal, Karang, Senegal travel blog

Overlanding Notes for Senegal

A travel blog entry by landylove

... sure you camp right back from the beach as there is a lot of traffic at low tide.  Border Crossings Mauritania – Senegal See Overlanding Notes for Mauritania.  Senegal- The Gambia We had a relatively easy crossing, early in the day, at ...

Senegal Wita bez Wizy :-), Gangali, Senegal travel blog

Senegal Wita bez Wizy :-)

A travel blog entry by podroznik

... Pana Policjanta o kartke z numerem do siebie, by w razie czego potwierdzil zdarzenie i Tak oto przekraczamy granice z Senegalem. :-) Senegal - Szybko znajdujemy bus jadscego do kaoli nasz kierowca to napewno byly kierowcs rajdow paryz - dakar. Trik jazdy ...

A Day trip into Senegal, Sanch Karang, Senegal travel blog

A Day trip into Senegal

A travel blog entry by cessna152

11

... drinks for 1000 CFA Francs. I asked the man if he had any Fanta but he didn't seen to understand me. Then I remembered that Senegal was a French speaking country, and so I pointed at the Fanta sign. The man nodded and entered the shop and soon passed me ...

Les lions et moi, Sokone, Senegal travel blog

Les lions et moi

A travel blog entry by gabrielle.dumas

1
11

Aujourd'hui nous sommes allés faire un safari. Nous avons vu un rhinocéros, trois girafes, deux lions, des facochères et quelques buffles. C'était une expérience merveilleuse comme être à 3 mètres d'un rhino ou de flater des lions. Voyez par les ...

How to Insult a Nation in 6 Days, Foundiougne, Senegal travel blog

How to Insult a Nation in 6 Days

A travel blog entry by joseph.heskin

4

... left us unimpressed but we crashed there for the night. After discovering the distinct lack of anything we packed up. Onto Cap Skiring, a coastal resort for the French centred around a Club Med and even boasting its own airport with direct flights to ...

Les pirogues, les oiseaux et tout, Sokone, Senegal travel blog

Les pirogues, les oiseaux et tout

A travel blog entry by gabrielle.dumas

Le reste de notre voyage au sine Saloum fut davantage à l'image de la culture sénégalaise... plus ou moins bien organisé, mais quand même des plus jolis et intéressants. Nous avons donc passer deux jours à se promener en pirogues dans les ...

Sort by Newest Best first