Keur Seynabou

115 km from Dakar, Joal Fadiouth, La Petite Côte, Senegal | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 115 km from Dakar, Joal Fadiouth, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Joal Fadiouth

A short (well kind of long actually) update

A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Jun 30, 2013

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... school to school has come to an end. BOOOOO I could cry! The 6 day week usually consisted of teaching English, German and ICT at 4 schools. I would have two hours teaching beginners German at one school, then a quick scuttle over to the other end of Joal where the year 12s would challenge my English grammar knowledge (sorry kids, but what is the conditional perfect continuous tense when it’s at home?).

Around February time I took on the work that was ...

Joal in a Bottle

A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on May 22, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... black writing next to a Senegalese flag. After a while, you forget about the rubbish that lines the streets, the plastic bags, the fish scales, the bottles and cans and papers. Instead you see the blue of the sky, hear the clip-clop of the horses pulling their wooden carts, smell the fish they are transporting. I haven’t always thought this way about my town. One early-on diary entry reads ‘I live in a pigsty, Joal is ...

W.A.I.S.T.

A travel blog entry by kellyrose on Feb 22, 2013

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... br> While at W.A.I.S.T. expats of all sorts were kind enough to let us stay at their houses since we could not fit all of us at the Dakar Peace Corps house. We split ourselves into groups and my little group (Alexx, Julia and myself) had the opportunity to stay at the Peace Corps Country Directors house along with 4 or 5 other groups. It was a great chance to get to know and party with new and old volunteers from other regions.

Since the softball games ...

Another Flat?!

A travel blog entry by kellyrose on Feb 13, 2013

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... ever getting a flat tire, in any sort of vehicle in the states, so I also thought it would be kind of fun to see how exactly changing one of these things worked (such a girl). My dad made it sound a lot easier than what I had witnessed but then again my Corolla was a little smaller than a bus and I am pretty sure it was also about 15 years newer; I can only assume technology also advanced in that time and made changing a tire more streamline than simply banging metal parts ...

Field trip with the International School of Dakar

A travel blog entry by kellyrose on Feb 08, 2013

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... Game to keep busy (race to cross the hot lava on circle mats) Soccer match at a local school (included other games such as Tug-A-War)
Day 3: Tour of an animal market and produce market in nearby village (my everyday life – not so exciting) Tour of Shell Island and the mixed cemetery for both Christians and Muslims (rare)
Day 4: Walking tour through the mangroves (absolutely beautiful) Kayaking through the mangroves ...