Travel Blogs from Senegal

Sort by Newest Best first

Welcome Dance, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Welcome Dance

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg

1

We arrived today in Kuntaur, where we were welcomed by a group of Mandinka dancers. ...

Our first walk to the city centre, Saly, Senegal travel blog

Our first walk to the city centre

A travel blog entry by paedrus

12

Naka suba si! It's already 09h00 and we went for breakfast. Again, everything was delicious and wonderful, and the staff always smiling and ready to help. The sun is already getting hot and going up in the sky... After breakfast, it's time for relaxation ...

Working and IST, St Louis, Senegal travel blog

Working and IST

A travel blog entry by nrubin

1

1-31-09 There's not too much to report these days because last Friday I came back to Thies for In Service Training.  The 20 small business development volunteers have had one week of technical classes already and the agriculture group will join ...

Welcome to Senegal, Tambacounda, Senegal travel blog

Welcome to Senegal

A travel blog entry by luke-jones

3

... to sing! Anyway like I say just a couple of heavy driving days and bushcamps- however as the observant among you will note- I am now in Senegal. We are off to Niakolo National Park today for a couple of days- hopefully I'll see a hippo or two (and have a ...

TAM-TAMS, Bango, Senegal travel blog

TAM-TAMS

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

6

... 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.     ...

First week in Africa, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

First week in Africa

A travel blog entry by rebeccavitkovit

... nbsp; Pic of the queen and london on the walls.  Also stole loo roll from there as they dont use loo roll here in Senegal and I was in desperate need of some!  Such a snob cant survive without it!!!  Spent Saturday at Isle de Goree with ...

Dakar, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Dakar

A travel blog entry by yveweav

Don't walk around with a black man who wear Harvard shirts and a camera around his neck.  You will be ...

Goree Island, Goree Island, Senegal travel blog

Goree Island

A travel blog entry by yveweav

Dance ...

THE BEACHES, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

THE BEACHES

A travel blog entry by debbie-ba

beaches are everywhere ouakam almadies ngor island yoff goree millenium tahiti ...

I’m Annoyed, Vélingara, Senegal travel blog

I’m Annoyed

A travel blog entry by kellyrose

... even though clearly I went down that path, but more of a venting session. These were the things that bothered me about Senegal, African Culture, basic gender rights, everything I guess. Some things mentioned need to be changed while others just need to be ...

AVSF- vrijwilligerswerk: stakeholders- bezoekjes, Linguère, Senegal travel blog

AVSF- vrijwilligerswerk: stakeholders- bezoekjes

A travel blog entry by astridvangerven

24

... niemand aan de telefoon gekregen. Na wat wandelen met onze bagage in het vreselijk hete middaguur in de warmste streek van Senegal, krijgen we uiteindelijk iemand aan de telefoon. Hij krijgt ons uitgelegd dat we de weg moeten vragen naar de 'Conseil ...

nich so einfach, Abene, Senegal travel blog

nich so einfach

A travel blog entry by asci

1

jetzt hab ich n auto und neue probleme...zum  beispiel komme ich nicht nach zuiginchor im sueden. An der Grenze hat er uns nur n passavant fuer 10 Tage fuer abene und kafountine gegeben. Shit....dabei muss ich dort doch noch das visa machen.... ...

Sunrise Hike, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Sunrise Hike

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg

1

Woke up early this morning and hiked to the highest point in the town of Kaur, where we spent the night docked at the regional peanut processing plant. Afterwards we wandered through the village just as hundreds of children rushed to get to school on ...

Een weekje echt vakantie: De Senegalrivier (1), Richard-Toll, Senegal travel blog

Een weekje echt vakantie: De Senegalrivier (1)

A travel blog entry by astridvangerven

2
24

... kamer vertrekken. Maar aangezien we beiden 2 stukken bagage hadden ingecheckt en we een hele boel spullen gedurende onze eerste 6 weken in Senegal nooit of amper hadden gebruikt, besloten we om elk maar één stuk mee te nemen voor de eerst komende 5 ...

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

Frogs, dirt and toubabs.

A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal

6
7

... Facebook – go look at the Foreign Office Facebook page! The Ambassador himself was incredibly British and told us a lot about Senegal, especially on the political side of things. He invited us to the Christmas Carol Service (!!!) and has asked Amée ...

Rassismus?!, Saint-Louis, Senegal travel blog

Rassismus?!

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

Das unser Studentenleben bestimmende Moment der letzten Wochen ist der Streik der Professoren. Wegen seit langem beschlossener aber nicht umgesetzter Reformen im Beriecht Uni-Strukturen und Unterkunft der Professoren streiken dieselben seit bald zwei ...

Dakar – endlich wieder mal eine Stadt, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Dakar – endlich wieder mal eine Stadt

A travel blog entry by catgco

6

... sehen und etwas weniger trockene und staubige Luft einatmen können. Zum Anderen hatten wir von anderen Reisenden wenig Positives zu Senegal vernommen. Das Land sei teuer und die Leute – speziell in Dakar – recht aggressiv und für Touristen ...

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

Why oh Why St Louis....

A travel blog entry by charlie_ray

8

... out and prone to being ripped off/ taken advantage etc and yes my white skin doesn’t always help with that but Taxi drivers in Senegal are just mean and rude! We argued with many taxi drivers on our way back to the gare routière to get our vehicle ...

iam a nice goodlooking., Somewhere in, Senegal travel blog

iam a nice goodlooking.

A travel blog entry by mercr

am a nice goodlooking.am a nice goodlooking.am a nice goodlooking.am a nice goodlooking.am a nice goodlooking.am a nice goodlooking.am a nice goodlooking.am a nice goodlooking.am a nice goodlooking.am a nice goodlooking.am a nice goodlooking.am a nice ...

1ère semaine, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

1ère semaine

A travel blog entry by berniers

5
5

Plusieurs professionnels de la santé sont venus discuter de leur profession et de la culture qui peut influencer notre pratique au Sénégal. Nous en avons beaucoup apprit sur les croyances et leur influence sur l'éducation et la prise en charge en ...

St Louis, Fas Dièye, Senegal travel blog

St Louis

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane

28

... 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. ...

how the taxis work - and another week, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

how the taxis work - and another week

A travel blog entry by nroseveare

mon 25 - Fri 29 Feb Hate to sound dull, but it really WAS just another week at the office ! i (and my Regional Fin & HR & fundraising Mngrs) had two whole days of telephone conferences with each of the management teams of each of the 9 country officses ...

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

Saint-Louis – „Der kleine Prinz“

A travel blog entry by catgco

7

... 'den reicht. Saint-Louis war im 20. Jahrhundert Regierungssitz der französischen Kolonialadministration für gesamt französisch Westafrika (heutiges Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Guinea, Cote d'Ivoire, Togo und Benin). Um 1925 war Saint-Louis auch ...

Dakar, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Dakar

A travel blog entry by md11

C'est amusant de faire du vol à vue, à 30000 pied, en suivant le bord de mer. Atterissage à la main ...

Man, It's Dark Out There, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Man, It's Dark Out There

A travel blog entry by nellieva

Our flight landed in Dakar, Senegal around 1:00am local time, and it meant an abrupt interruption to those of us who had been sleeping.  The city had very few lights, and the airport looked to be a ghost town, save for the crew of folks fueling the ...

A safari adventure, Saly, Senegal travel blog

A safari adventure

A travel blog entry by paedrus

20

Naka suba si (Good morning)! Well, today we will go out on our first visit: Bandia Reserve. It's a natural park where you can enjoy a safari and appreciate the beauty of the Baobabs (national tree). It's early in the morning (08h00) and the ...

DAKAR / SENEGAL

DAKAR / SENEGAL "SEEING AND LIVING THE BEST OF IT"

A travel blog entry by debbie-ba

... the European countries because we know each country is different eg. food and culture. The same applies for African countries.  Senegal is different from Ghana, and Kenya is different from the Congo.  Senegal is a  country with its own ...

Nov 04, 2012, Dakar, Senegal travel blog

Nov 04, 2012

A travel blog entry by kreuzfahrer

1

Mit Autoschmugglern durch die Sahara, Nouadhibou-Sahara-Nouakchott-Fleuve du Senegal, Mauritania travel blog

Mit Autoschmugglern durch die Sahara

A travel blog entry by juttachris

xxx ...

Sort by Newest Best first