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So we left Guinea Bissau and crossed the border into Senegal and headed towards the Casamance region. This area is well known for its music and festivals but also for its problems. There is still a lot of unrest here and from time to time bandits will rear their ugly heads and cause trouble. Luckily things are fairly stable at the moment so we were lucky enough to spend a week soaking up the culture. We started in a village called Elinkine ...
... greatest man'" Pretty sweet. So Samson and Franklin followed Yousouph around watering the trees and receiving copious amounts of sweet oranges and tangerines. I would often find Samson rambling on to Yousouph, who just stood there with a big grin on his face, not understanding a word he was saying.
After the cold snap we were blessed with a gorgeous beach day, and the day we left it was a sweaty 100 degrees. Lets just say ...
... dedication to their marabout (teacher) for the usual Muslim pieties like prayer and fasting.
And here we are, my family and I, living with Baye Fall. They are easily recognized by their colorful handmade clothes and their dreadlocks, often decorated with beads and jewelry. They wear large handmade necklaces and bracelets, and always carry a likeness of one or more of their spiritual masters. They live "dieuf dieul" and "dimbal ak ...
Patrick offered me one more trip. This time I only had to pay for gas. He was going to keep the fish or sell them at market.
It was a tough day. The wind was blowing hard and the fish weren't biting. Eventually we went to his best captain fish spot. Across the river, the sardines were going crazy. A huge school was making a big scene on the surface. I was ...
... That was one thing I saw everywhere else in Africa where there was fish. There are no juice bars. What better and healthier way to take advantage of all the mango, citrus, papaya, coconut, baobab, guava and other tropical fruits living here? And what about all these dilapidated hotels?
All that said, people here don't have a capitalist mind set. All those lemons on that tree are not for sale. They are for sharing. Most ...