Wavecrest Hotel Gambia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thing that is lacking is the funding. They are also in need of space to house the growing number of volunteers they are receiving, but that also requires money that they currently do not have. I recently learned that Berea College is actually beginning a summer course program with Starfish International, which would be great for the students at Starfish, but also for each person who dedicates their time and heart to this ...
... they were so thankful and polite, it was quite humbling.In one classroom with the very young pupils, probably about 4 yrs old they were learning their 2xTable. When we entered the classroom the teacher said we could sit and play with the children. As we left one dear little girl held tightly onto my hand until I was at the gate to board the vehicle - in my photo you can see her with the big smile waving the pencil I had given her.We all left the school with a very warm ...
Day 11 tues Bad head indeed! Met UK at 8 to give him a score to help get his car back or whatever reason he gave. I don't mind helping out when I can. Tried sunbathing by the pool but way to hungover, had a sleep in the afternoon and managed a hotel pizza and a couple of beers before having an early ...
"Tourists feel very safe and the Gambian people are very friendly." Whilst I agree with Andrew, there must be more to the Gambia than just safety and friendly people. After all the Sierra Leonean people are also very friendly and their country is relatively safe as well, yet they do not attract the number tourists the Gambia attracts.
The Gambia is really safe. We walked from our guesthouse for over 200 metres to one of the restaurants at the ...
... I was followed all the way by a bumster, a local lad wanting money, got to the Kombo beach when I said goodbye.. He was so gutted! Spent a few hours on the beach at Dominoes beach bar and restaurant, enjoyed the greasy chicken roll i'd ordered. After bartering a patched leather Rastas cap, wooden gorilla and fishermen's trousers I headed walking back to my hotel.. Had another beer and got head down for ...