Travel Blogs from Saint-Louis, Senegal

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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


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 ...



A travel blog entry by checoulibaly



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


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 ...

frontiere frontiere..., Diama, Senegal travel blog

frontiere frontiere...

A travel blog entry by debdeb80

la Suissesse se fait refoulee a la douane pour cause de non visa de sejour au ...

Life goes on, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

Life goes on

A travel blog entry by francesh


... the kids get bored very easily and sometimes they throw things at each other, not what you really want. I have now ventured out of Saint Louis and to one of the bird parks around here, saw lots and lots of pelicans and even a few crocodiles, which we ...

The end is near, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

The end is near

A travel blog entry by francesh

... meet at the right time and the right place with the right taxis.  The first hurdle had been crossed.  So we left Saint-Louis at 8pm the last Friday in March, folded up around each other in the taxi (converted Peugeot 405s).  The first part ...

Mauritania, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog


A travel blog entry by francesh


... of us went on a trip to Mauritania (the country directly above Senegal) to sleep under the stars in a Mauritanian tent.  We left Saint-Louis on Saturday morning in the back of a jeep which took us to the border.  It was a short walk across ...

87L, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog


A travel blog entry by casanova_f

... ausfallen... Ich freu mich jedenfalls aufs Wochenende, vielleicht gibts mal wieder einen Ausflug. Möcht mal wieder was in St. Louis Umgebung machen und ein paar Fotos schießen. Jetzt nachdem die Kamera wieder geputzt und der Sensor fleckenfrei ist, ...

De eerste indruk uit 'brousse' dropjes, Saint Louis, Senegal travel blog

De eerste indruk uit 'brousse' dropjes

A travel blog entry by astridvangerven


... van alles proberen te verkopen, of proberen een date te versieren. Op zondag avond zijn we in het visserskwartier van St. Louis geweest. Dat is best wel wennen. Het strand was vergeven van het afval (plastiek, kapotte schoenen, vissenkoppen, kippenpoten, ...

Oct 26, 2010, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

Oct 26, 2010

A travel blog entry by nikenkatrien


arrival at uni, St. Louis, Senegal travel blog

arrival at uni

A travel blog entry by churisuta


... 'nter – a senior student and gentleman in person ;) ) spent 4 days in Dakar, the capital. Two days ago we arrived in St. Louis the city we are gonna study in. Right now im sitting in a room with 7 other students trying to follow a discussion in ...

Settling In, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

Settling In

A travel blog entry by francesh


... so I am now trying really hard to think of fun questions. Tomorrow I am going to one of the bird reserves here in Senegal, organised by the office.  It is meant to be spectacular so I am really looking forward to it. Apart from that, nothing ...

Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Senegal travel blog

Saint Louis

A travel blog entry by isidor

Past ...

TAM-TAMS, Bango, Senegal travel blog


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus


... my sand courtyard with its other inhabitants:         ... a slim, young man who competed in Senegal's national sport - which resembled sumo wrestling.  He was hard-working, sweet, and very muscular.     ...

Rassismus?!, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog


A travel blog entry by casanova_f

... Männer so um. Dieser Abend war weitaus schlimmer als alle anderen Abende bis jetzt und wird der Erinnerung an den Senegal wohl immer einen bitteren Beigeschmack lassen – nicht wegen des Abends selbst, eher wegen der Ergebnisse meines Nachdenkens ...

Demonstrationen und Streiks, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

Demonstrationen und Streiks

A travel blog entry by casanova_f

... . Mit dem Papa steht die Route schon fest, wir fahren zum Lac Rose, in die Wüste nach Lompoul und dann nach St. Louis. Hier verbringen wir einige Tage (ich hab zwar nach wie vor keine Uni aber Sprachkurse) und dann gehts auf Schiff und auf einen ...

Why oh Why St Louis...., Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

Why oh Why St Louis....

A travel blog entry by charlie_ray


Day 4 – St-Louis Senegal - Wednesday 8th September 2010 I know I have been really bad at keeping up-to-date with my blog lately so in an attempt to rectify this you will now be inundated with the rest of my travels and goings on until my present ...

St Louis, Fas Dièye, Senegal travel blog

St Louis

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane


... there (Ishmael and David) and enjoyed just whiling away the time. We crossed the river quickly and then we were in Rosso-Senegal. After a short time at immigration we headed off into Senegal. Suddenly, the land was flat. Suddenly, the land was cultivated. ...

Saint-Louis – „Der kleine Prinz“, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

Saint-Louis – „Der kleine Prinz“

A travel blog entry by catgco


Das Städtchen Saint-Louis selbt liegt an der Nordküste von Senegal – nur 3 Kilometer südlich der Grenze zu Mauretanien – besteht aus einem historischen Teil mit kolonialen Häusern alle in unterschiedlichen Farben. Während der alte ...

African nightlife/clothes washing, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

African nightlife/clothes washing

A travel blog entry by francesh

... it feels a bit strange because it means that I am no longer one of the 'newbies' and they keep asking me questions about Saint-Louis - I still don't feel qualified to answer these questions!  It is good to meet new people because quite a few of the ...

Saint-Louis: jazz, calme et... poisson!, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

Saint-Louis: jazz, calme et... poisson!

A travel blog entry by mamaoui


... avons ensuite été rejoindre le chauffeur qui nous attendait à l’entrée de la réserve et avons refait route vers Saint-Louis. Comme le trafic était encore plutôt dense, on est descendues à la station total pour retraverser le pont à pied. ...

Debi Tiguette, Debi Tiguette, Senegal travel blog

Debi Tiguette

A travel blog entry by isidor


Night in the ...

COS Trip, St. louis, Senegal travel blog

COS Trip

A travel blog entry by panchi111

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st louis, saint louis, Senegal travel blog

st louis

A travel blog entry by loelai


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A Severe Case of Crabs, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

A Severe Case of Crabs

A travel blog entry by mushbird25


The group had decided that rather than have another day in Nouakchott we would head on towards Senegal so with a 5.30am start we faced a long drive day to make sure we had time to cross the border. As we were up so early we ate breakfast on the go, a ...

The drive to/from Saint Louis, and 1 night there, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

The drive to/from Saint Louis, and 1 night there

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick


A whole bunch of pictures showing what's normal in this country, with many along the 3-hour drive to/from Saint Louis, as well as several in the former capital and its fish market and streets. ...

trust, St Louis Senegal, Senegal travel blog


A travel blog entry by asci


... didnt really even open until now...that sucks...u put all your money into your dream, and then you loose everythink in months...senegal is wrong...the difference between western and local (coffe is 50 cfe, one night sleep easy 10000 cfe) is just to big. ...

Frontera Senegal, Ndiago, Mauritania travel blog

Frontera Senegal

A travel blog entry by isidor


Frontier ...

African Life, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

African Life

A travel blog entry by francesh


I think I have finally cracked how to survive in Senegal - take everything at about half the speed that we do things at home!!  There is no point rushing things because it doesn't make a blind bit of difference!! Take yesterday for example, me and ...

St. Louis, Université Gaston Berger, Senegal travel blog

St. Louis

A travel blog entry by casanova_f


... ersten Ferien (Tabaski, das Lammfest) und da wollen Christa und ich was unternehmen. Cool wäre entweder eine Tour den Senegal-Fluss entlang oder runter nach Cap Skirring und dann die Küste, mit einem Abstecher in Gambias Hinterland, hoch Richtung ...

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