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... here in the morning, I won’t miss Dakar and the pollution, the whole place just smells dirty and everyone wants to be your best mate because you are white
A bloke who was an artist took me to his shop, he makes pictures from butterflies, bugs and insects, not really something I would hang on my wall and really bad news if you were a bug, insect or butterfly, so after he swore to be my best friend for life I left him with his ...
... 8217;s host mom) in the afternoon with Roberto, Monika, and Stefano to interview her. She raises chickens. The purpose of the inventory was to gain insight and obtain information on how she raises the chickens to be able to help out two of our beneficiaries. Two beneficiaries created a partnership to raise chickens, but unfortunately, they caught a disease and all died. So, seeing as we’re not experts in ...
... notice the regular addictions gripping the country, like many nations, and our Baye Fall hosts not excepted. They trade coffee and tobacco. Add to these white sugar, white flour and white rice. Cotton is also heavily consumed. The tailors here can make you anything you want. At least we haven't seen too much love for white rum and beer. I find it incredible that these are the commodities of the slave trade, and are so ...
... finally showed up claiming to be with the surf camp and I followed him to a taxi. I was expecting some kind of nice van being that I was going to a surf camp, but I ended up getting in the most beat up taxi I have ever been in. The thing barely ran and I´m in this taxi with two guys at almost 4am. Next thing I know we are on some dirt road that is pitch black and looks like we are driving in to the middle of nowhere. I saw a movie about this ...
... Zoe and Lena, the volunteers going to Ziguinchor are staying with the Dakar volunteers, Ellie and Emily, for 3 weeks before making the journey down south. We stay here until Monday, when we travel down to Joal after meeting with the British Ambassador at the Embassy.
The roads here are very sandy and uneven; it’s weird to see road signs on something that would be classed as a dirt track in the UK. Many cars wouldn’t be classed as road worthy either; one ...