Travel Blogs from Fadiouth, Senegal

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Pointe de Sarène, Pointe de Sarène, Senegal travel blog

Pointe de Sarène

A travel blog entry by matcel

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We took a bus which brought us near mbour, the place from where we could go further to the south, so the bus left us at the beginning of a track but we couldn't see the end of it. We've walked for 35 min and then arrived in a little village where the ...

Réserve de Bandia, Near popenguine, Senegal travel blog

Réserve de Bandia

A travel blog entry by matcel

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... a rock. Then we continued and saw different antelopes and mamadou picked up some fruits of the baobab called"pain de singe" which is really good when you can't go to toilet.... We finished the trip filled with wonder. We decided to join Joal ...

Joal fadiouth, Joal Fadiouth, Senegal travel blog

Joal fadiouth

A travel blog entry by matcel

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... kilometers, the thing was that we missed the hotel so we had to go back where we were. The day after we went to Fadiouth which is an artificial island made with shells and it's impressive to walk on that. At first we talked with people and managed to ...

Apr 19, 2011, Joal Fadiouth, Senegal travel blog

Apr 19, 2011

A travel blog entry by nikenkatrien

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Rattling buses and piles of meat, Joal Fadiouth, Senegal travel blog

Rattling buses and piles of meat

A travel blog entry by robspackman

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Returning from St Louis, the old colonial heart of French Senegal and its first capital we decided to catch our first iconic "car rapide." This is a highly misleading name. Theyare not cars and are far from rapid. Rattley yes. Rapid no.  Not that ...

A short (well kind of long actually) update, Joal Fadiouth, Senegal travel blog

A short (well kind of long actually) update

A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal

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... followed by a translation of the poem ‘Joal, Je me rappelle’ written by Leopold Sedar Senghor (first president of Senegal). After the FOSCOs comes the ‘sorties’ i.e. school trips. When you think of school trips in the UK, you ...

Frogs, dirt and toubabs., Joal Fadiouth, Senegal travel blog

Frogs, dirt and toubabs.

A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal

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... are Serer, Pulaar, Fulani, Wolof people (and some others I can’t remember). There is a small island off the coast called Fadiouth which is all Christian – we have yet to visit though we’re told it’s made up entirely of shells and ...

Joal in a Bottle, Joal Fadiouth, Senegal travel blog

Joal in a Bottle

A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal

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... doesn’t lie in its beach or its sunset or even the litter, but in the hearts of the people who reside here. Senegal, the country of ‘teranga’… The lazy market where vendors while away their hours making ataya, strong sweet tea, ...

Cabanon - petite cote, sud de Mbour, Senegal travel blog

Cabanon - petite cote

A travel blog entry by jrouxel

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Le Cabanon, Atlantic Ocean, South of ...

Joal, Joal, Senegal travel blog

Joal

A travel blog entry by freddie_senegal

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Went to Joal today for a little fishing A 2 hr drive frm Dakar, Joal was once a small fishing village...but now is a touristic centre and has grown over the years...it now holds similar reputation as Saly a very popular town among tourists coming from ...

And over the border on Christmas day, Senegal, Senegal travel blog

And over the border on Christmas day

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird

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To see the ...

What a way to make a living!, Joal Fadiouth, Senegal travel blog

What a way to make a living!

A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal

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... top of lessons and clubs there’s Amee’s birthday, a trip to Saint Louis for the ‘English Teachers of Senegal’ conference, a trip to Dakar for the British Embassy’s Carol Service (where Amee is accompanying!) and a wedding. ...

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