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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of my guy friends tell me they're going to pee in my bathroom, let alone a stranger.
O no, I just told one of the granddaughters girls are perfectly capable of doing everything boys are. Let's hope my French was bad enough so whatever I said didn't even make sense. They're going to deport me. You'd think after an entire day of cultural orientation I'd take a hint. I should just be mute for the rest of the trip.
Wish me ...
... 8220;tips” with you. These are things that I have noted over the past thirty six days. Here they are:
1. Be conscious of the environment
2. Stress less
4. Find the good in every situation
5. Believe you can make a difference
6. Understand why fate has put certain people in your life, and then understand why fate sometimes takes these people out ...
... he was walking and not riding a bicycle.Our first stop was at the Presidents Palace, surrounded by beautiful gardens and with one solitary guard outside the large metal gates, standing proud in his red uniform and like at home, happy to have his photograph taken with you but of course without the hint of a smile.Our guide was a little difficult to understand with his accent but he gave lots of interesting information throughout ...
... was a lot smaller than I thought. You could walk around it in 10 minutes. There were two small beaches on the back side of the island and on the other side were rocky cliffs about 40 ft at itīs highest. NīGor island is the most famous area for surf in Senegal. There are two waves on the island, NīGor right and NīGor left. The right is the better of the two waves and broke pretty much every day that I was there. The left is a bit more fickle but it's ...
... customs was tiresome and because we aren’t getting visas until later it meant that we had to say we were only visiting for 3 months as tourists. Lots of airport porters kept trying to help with our bags but we were vigilant and managed to ward them off with our huge rucksacks! Through customs we met up with Mr T, our rep in Senegal. Currently, I’m sharing an apartment with Amée, my partner, and the two boys, Tom and Ben – Tom has already managed to break ...