Travel Blogs from Senegal

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a few days work, dinner out and the Cup of Nations, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

a few days work, dinner out and the Cup of Nations

A travel blog entry by nroseveare

5/2 Another busy day - have work to do this evening so next entry probably tomorrow Wed or Thur. All well. we are full-on trying to get staff out of Chad and also re-located within Chad .... it's been demanding for the whole team, but there has been ...

Hot sun, swimming and sunbathing, Saly, Senegal travel blog

Hot sun, swimming and sunbathing

A travel blog entry by paedrus

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... for some scraps that fell on the floor, nothing else. :) After dinner, as usual, we went for a small walk on the hotel premisses enjoying the moonlight, the music and the warm weather of Senegal. Time to go to bed and sleep. See you tomorrow!   ...

Delphine im Sonnenuntergang, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Delphine im Sonnenuntergang

A travel blog entry by antje.gohmann

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in fuenf Tagen geht's zurueck nach Deutschland. und so langsam macht sich Endzeitstimmung breit. Zwischenzeitlich hatte ich ja mal ne Phase, wo es mir wirklich gereicht hat, aber jetzt koennte ich gut noch ein bisschen bleiben. es gibt noch so viel, was ...

Campusleben, Université Gaston Berger, Senegal travel blog

Campusleben

A travel blog entry by casanova_f

Erstmals gibt es heute so etwas wie Alltag. Also noch nicht wirklich, aber kleine Teile des Tages wiederholen sich seit vorgestern und das gibt auch mir wieder etwas mehr Ruhe. Bis dahin kam ich mir vor wie bombardiert – mit Farben, Gerüchen, ...

Langue de Barbarie, Université Gaston Berger, Senegal travel blog

Langue de Barbarie

A travel blog entry by casanova_f

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... war ja auch in der Stadt, in die Fischerviertel von St. Louis gegangen. Die befinden sich auf einer Landzunge, die den Senegal Fluss auf seinen letzten Kilometern vom Meer trennt. Es herrschte reges Treiben, scheinbar waren alle Menschen auf den Straßen. ...

lets go to saloulou!, Saloulou, Senegal travel blog

lets go to saloulou!

A travel blog entry by debdeb80

A force de vivre à contre-courant on devient un contre-sens... Embarcadère pour Saloulou en compagnie de Jo et ...

Brousse, brousse, brousse..., Bankassouk, Senegal travel blog

Brousse, brousse, brousse...

A travel blog entry by debdeb80

Hamac sur petite plage près des pêcheurs... régime poisson-riz qui commence!! sillures... carpes... rougets... Bienveillance des pêcheurs... envie de solitude... mais je sais que je déprimerais si j'étais seule!! Besoin de retrouver mon énergie de ...

quelle bienveillance!, Saloulou, Senegal travel blog

quelle bienveillance!

A travel blog entry by debdeb80

Hamac dans bosquet près du village... cultures de calie tout autour de nous... population un peu perchée et hyper ...

Kolda, Kolda, Senegal travel blog

Kolda

A travel blog entry by isidor

Market in ...

Tambacounda, Tambacounda, Senegal travel blog

Tambacounda

A travel blog entry by isidor

Mamadouh continued travel to Diakha Madina. I search a Taxi Brousse for arrived a ...

Home, Velingara, Senegal travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by isidor

I arrived in Velingara very ...

A Party and a Funeral, Vélingara, Senegal travel blog

A Party and a Funeral

A travel blog entry by kellyrose

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The most prevalent holiday of the year; sheep are sacrificed, the finest cloths are worn, and the day is passed by eating and lying around, the usual I suppose. When asked what this holiday represented, what exactly was being celebrated, I was faced with ...

More news, Thies, Senegal travel blog

More news

A travel blog entry by nrubin

... ton of birds in the rainy season but serves as a re-introduction site for animals that have been hunted close to extinction in Senegal.  St Louis is cooler than most of the country and thus easier on animals.   They have gazelles, orycs, ...

Nearly at the end ( of my wits!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!), Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

Nearly at the end ( of my wits!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

A travel blog entry by queenietord

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Okay this is the bitchy email that you have all been waiting for!!!!!!!!!!!!! This last leg of the trip has been much more interesting in terms of stuff to see and do and the leaders on this trip have been brilliant but as for the pax some of  them ...

Day 4, Darkar Senegal , Senegal travel blog

Day 4

A travel blog entry by jordan00

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On the fourth day we went to Noflaye beach to swim, and stopped at the Noflaye beach restaurant. We ordered some crepes and they were really good. The restaurant we went to is known for its creperie, and beaches. ...

Running Aground, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Running Aground

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg

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No, the Pegasus hasn't had any problems. Our afternoon canoe trip through the mangroves during low tide however was another story, but we certainly have a tale to tell as dozens of local boys helped push us through the ...

The end of one adventure, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

The end of one adventure

A travel blog entry by rblanchette

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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 ...

Oct 27, 2010, Sali Niakhniakhal, Senegal travel blog

Oct 27, 2010

A travel blog entry by nikenkatrien

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SAINT LOUIS SENEGAL, SAINT LOUIS SENEGAL, Senegal travel blog

SAINT LOUIS SENEGAL

A travel blog entry by checoulibaly

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SAINT LOUIS ...

Pegasus, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Pegasus

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg

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On Friday night we boarded the M/Y Pegasus, our 24-cabin ship, in Dakar and headed south along the coast. On Saturday we awoke in the small port of Djifer, where we disembarked for a field trip to the villages of Joal & Fadiouth, famous for their shell ...

Day 6, Darkar Senegal , Senegal travel blog

Day 6

A travel blog entry by jordan00

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We took a rental car to the amazing lake Retba. Lake Retba is a pink lake north of the Cap Vert Peninsula. The lake is pink because of the Dunaliella salina algae in the lake. Its extremely salty, up to 40% in some areas. We spent the day swimming and ...

Bel Air Beach, Bel-Air, Senegal travel blog

Bel Air Beach

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane

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I had strange dreams last night! I did however have a good, long sleep. I woke up to the sight of crabs running around on the beach. There are also some magnificent birds nesting and flying around the tress on the beach. Firstly, there are the larger ...

My hotel on Dakar, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

My hotel on Dakar

A travel blog entry by lee.carter

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I stayed at a hotel right on the beach.  As one who lives in mid-America, it is a pleasure to be able to stay on the beach for a little while.  I'd come back to the room after a day of training, and listen to the sounds of the waves coming ...

first day in the office, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

first day in the office

A travel blog entry by nroseveare

4/2 Out for nice dinner last night by way of informal briefing with Raphael - who has been Acting Regional Director until i got here. We went to a place right on the sea front called Terrou-Bi for pizza and pasta and a few cold beers. It cools off at ...

The Story About The 5-Week Challenge Party, Vélingara, Senegal travel blog

The Story About The 5-Week Challenge Party

A travel blog entry by kellyrose

The best part about being here to date is looking back at the days that I have and thinking that I live in some sort of a dream world. Sure I may seem scared at times (drug sniffing machete holding Koncurants walking around), lonely at times (seeing on ...

Kedougou, Kedougou, Senegal travel blog

Kedougou

A travel blog entry by isidor

Kedougou ...

Diakha Madina, Diakha Madina, Senegal travel blog

Diakha Madina

A travel blog entry by isidor

Diakha ...

Not much positive to say about Dakar., Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Not much positive to say about Dakar.

A travel blog entry by matt.montgomery

After taking off from D.C., we settles into our seats as drinks and snacks were being passed by a very friendly South African Airways crew. They must have knew I was coming because this amazing airline stocks Captain Morgan for its rum of choice. And if ...

NEAR, FAR, WHEREVER YOU ARE, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

NEAR, FAR, WHEREVER YOU ARE

A travel blog entry by bellag

... the Senegal River to the country of the same name. Once we had waved aurevoir to Mauritania and said bonjour to Senegal the former straight away seemed so far from the lush land, lakes and loud dress adorned by the big, brown, boisterous ...

Nov 02, 2010, Kédougou, Senegal travel blog

Nov 02, 2010

A travel blog entry by nikenkatrien

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