Travel Blogs from Senegal

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Besuch bei meinem Worldvision Patenkind, Kolda, Senegal travel blog

Besuch bei meinem Worldvision Patenkind

A travel blog entry by antje.gohmann

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... sich da mal umzusehen. die Leute waren alle supernett und erstaunlich unkompliziert, ausserdem war noch der Direktor von Worldvision Senegal zufaellig am gleichen Tag zu Besuch, und der sprach fliessend deutsch. der fand es natuerlich auch interessant, ...

Learning about Gambia , Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Learning about Gambia

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg

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This afternoon Assan gave a very insightful lecture about Gambian life. We learned that, in this predominantly Muslim country, men may have up to four wives. His father was one of 21 children in a family of four wives, but his father only has one wife ...

Grease, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Grease

A travel blog entry by choy

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It was an early morning to beat the morning traffic into Dakar. Worrying a bit when getting stuck a few times, we still got to the customs office before its opening as the sun climbed up at the end of the street. That was the beginning. An hour into ...

Oh Westlife - How I Love Thee..., Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Oh Westlife - How I Love Thee...

A travel blog entry by charlie_ray

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So I have been a little slow with the blog lately – I have had a crazy few weeks. Been to Senegal and then finishing livelihood surveys and piloting them! It's all systems go at the moment!!! So on Sunday 5th September Christiana and I departed ...

Le grand départ !, Senegal, Senegal travel blog

Le grand départ !

A travel blog entry by gazelle2011

Bonjour à vous tous, Eh oui le grand départ aujourd'hui. Nous sommes fin prêtes à vivre cette belle aventure. Nous arrêtons à Casablanca pour quelques heures et ensuite hop, le Sénégal ! Il nous sera impossible pour nous de blogger là-bas car ...

Les grands moulins de Dakar, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Les grands moulins de Dakar

A travel blog entry by ludo.mart

Pays vraiment agréable avec des habitants des plus ...

phone number, Thies, Senegal travel blog

phone number

A travel blog entry by nrubin

Hi again.  I forgot, I got a cell phone so if anyone wants to call the number is 221771878779.  I think its cheaper if you use ...

phone number, Thies, Senegal travel blog

phone number

A travel blog entry by nrubin

Hi again.  I forgot, I got a cell phone so if anyone wants to call the number is 221771878779.  I think its cheaper if you use ...

Apr 06, 2011, Tataguine, Senegal travel blog

Apr 06, 2011

A travel blog entry by nikenkatrien

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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 ...

Dakar, Senegal, Dakar, Senegal, Senegal travel blog

Dakar, Senegal

A travel blog entry by danharriet

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... people are very committed to using only marked crosswalks to cross the streets. We walk up to the Independence Square. The women in Senegal are mostly dressed in brightly colored flowing dresses. Many of the men are wearing robes of white or black. We are ...

love, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

love

A travel blog entry by julietcool

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Am a nice looking girl, caring loving kind that look forward to a nice looking man that can love and care for me  Am a nice looking girl, caring loving kind that look forward to a nice looking man that can love and care for me  Am a nice ...

A Summation, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

A Summation

A travel blog entry by freddie_senegal

... ...traffic lights were non-existent...and the streets were unruly and chaotic...the roads were coated in a layer of filth...I was viewing senegal from my apartment balcony...here on Rue Raffenel. Day 4 It's the 8th of November today and day 4 of ...

Tabaski in Senegal, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Tabaski in Senegal

A travel blog entry by luv2srff

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... worth of coffee.  No you cant.  He gave me a disgusted look and almost threw my passport at me.   Welcome to Senegal.                     The surf camp that I planned on staying with ...

WAIST and back to site, St Louis, Senegal travel blog

WAIST and back to site

A travel blog entry by nrubin

... had thought of starting.  But generally, and this was the theme throughout all of WAIST, I really enjoyed spending time with the SEnegal volunteers from all regions.  ALthough I was just meeting many of them it was great to hang out with the people I ...

Arrival in Dakar, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Arrival in Dakar

A travel blog entry by ejcasey

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Well...I am here. My flight got in around 4:30am (Dakar time). Mom and her friend Amy met me at the airport and we were on our way back to the bungalows. This place is truly odd and the men here are very relentless. I may have let one of them help me ...

Ce N’est Pas Comme ca en Amérique, Keur Ndongo, Senegal travel blog

Ce N’est Pas Comme ca en Amérique

A travel blog entry by ksterba

So this blog is dedicated to a list of Senegal-specific things/characteristics, and perhaps other 3rd world countries, that myself and a my neighbor volunteer put together.  These are attributes that one would most likely never ...

Life goes on, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

Life goes on

A travel blog entry by francesh

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Hi again. Still struggling at the school but the kids are getting more and more used to seeing my face now and I even have my own name, Tata Toubab, literally European Teacher.  I do however need help, I need ideas to entertain 40 children for 3 ...

mon 18 - fri 22 feb, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

mon 18 - fri 22 feb

A travel blog entry by nroseveare

... also rec'd invites. Ambassador Christopher Trott is a friendly man, and made a good speech about cultural diversity and religious tolerance. Senegal is 95% Muslim, but has a strong Christian community also, with a huge cathedral in the centre of town. Of ...

Week 2, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

Week 2

A travel blog entry by rblanchette

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A lot happened this past week! I didn't even have time to write a blog post, so I’m going to have to give you the highlights of the week. I learned a lot about how business is done in Sénégal, and how things are different from what I’m used ...

Serenity and Oiseaux, Brin, Senegal travel blog

Serenity and Oiseaux

A travel blog entry by robspackman

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... a lot of people welcoming us, wanting to chat and talk about their country but the constant salesmanship of Northern Senegal and Gambia (and the brinkmanship when it comes to paying for public transport) is pretty much absent. Casamance has a ...

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

The end is near

A travel blog entry by francesh

... holidays here so I thought it would be interesting if I organised a trip to the Bassari Country (in the very South East of Senegal).  I didn't realise what I had let myself in for when 13 other people said they wanted to come as well!  So I set ...

Mauritania, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

Mauritania

A travel blog entry by francesh

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This weekend I added another stamp to my passport.  5 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 ...

Field trip with the International School of Dakar, Palmarin, Senegal travel blog

Field trip with the International School of Dakar

A travel blog entry by kellyrose

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... am starting to believe it. Sure I am helping my community but I am not doing anything groundbreaking and as for myself, I am learning things that I will take with me forever. Thank you Senegal and my fellow volunteers for the experiences and memories. ...

Premieres nouvelles, Pambal, Senegal travel blog

Premieres nouvelles

A travel blog entry by mamaoui

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Hoykqaaat! Premieres nouvelles de lAfrique! Nous avons reussi de peine et de misere a trouver un cybercafe Fanny et moi, avec laide de sa soeur. Oui je vais bien! Je nai pas eu de probleme majeur, seulement un petit choc... Ici tout est pareil et ...

Ready for anything.... bring it on!!!, Tambacounda, Senegal travel blog

Ready for anything.... bring it on!!!

A travel blog entry by timshazz

Unsuccessful at getting the truck out of the sand the night before we were all up at sunrise having another go. With the Baobab trees silhouetted against the sky it was all (or most...usual suspects not getting involved) on deck. Harder than it looked we ...

The End!, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

The End!

A travel blog entry by luke-jones

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... walk along the pavement (between all the stalls). However, the people have style and they are friendlier than most other places in Senegal. I spent yesterday (09/03/10- stick with it) on the Isle-de-Goree. It wasthe most designed for European tourists, ...

My Arranged Marriage, Vélingara, Senegal travel blog

My Arranged Marriage

A travel blog entry by kellyrose

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... a housewife. To wrap up my random thoughts I can see why so many projects focus on working with women’s groups here in Senegal. They need all the encouragement and tools for success they can get. While my stint as a bank teller woo’ing, ...

terranga, ZacMbaw, Senegal travel blog

terranga

A travel blog entry by debdeb80

les relations humaines, décidément, c'est jamais facile... orgueil ou faiblesse?? peur du rejet ou ...

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 ...

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