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... here because everyone's super nice but sometimes I can't stand the smell.
10. On a scale of 1 to "don't worry, we're counting down the days until you leave too", how weird and clueless do you think my host family thinks I am?
11. Oh my God, I'm going to die in this taxi.
12. I just want to save all of the dogs and cats off the streets and give them wonderfully perfect lives.
13. Thank God I got my ...
... another good one from Bob Ferris).
At lunchtime we went along to the Morning Light once again where they were holding an International Beer Festival as well as a good old sing-along with Pat Shannon. This time we were allowed to sing out loud, ha ha. The pub was crowded as most people were below decks once again; in fact the Morning Light is often used as a through-route between the Braemar Room and the Neptune Lounge, so people are ...
... by far the vultures are the birds that I found the most interesting, for something that is a scavenger they are strangely graceful and beautiful creatures.
After our short stint in Gambia, we headed back into Senegal for a few days.
During our time back in Senegal we found ourselves being treated to yet another amazing drumming and dance performance, this time where there were 2 creatures doing crazy dancing to the drums and this ...
... great people; Chris is off to Tanzania and then Kenya where he is working on renewable energy projects but he reckons he'll settle in Senegal in June for a year or so, the girls (3 Danish, 1 German) are all working in Bissau on medical research and we're going to visit them in Bissau in a week or so. So back to The Gambia for a few days. Apologies about this tome of a post. And a massive thanks to Sandra Marchal for the tips on Dakar living, especially the food based ones! Au ...
... cell phone.
Port security said I might catch Mousou Ndiaye (the jerk) when he stepped out of his office. The security guards said they'd pay the extra 5400 Francs for me if they had the money. But, I didn't want that. I wanted to be given a fair price.
Standing near the ticket counter, I watched a TV monitor which displayed the prices. It said (mistakenly) that non-residents of Senegal should pay ...