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... grandchildren. They're super cute but the cutest one is obviously the baby named Elizabeth. There's also another student staying here, James. He's studying abroad from Ghana and he's been one of the most helpful people I could have asked for. Fun fact, Ghana's official language is English.... I literally had no idea that any other area on the African continent besides South Africa spoke English... Sometimes I hate being American.
... really is the life.
Last day of work in Saint-Louis. Working on this micro-finance project has been an amazing opportunity and I have learned so much. In the morning, I taught the marketing course to the beneficiaries and potential beneficiaries. Teaching the Talibé has been one of my favourite parts of the job. In the afternoon, Ryu and I went to the market with Chamakane (a ...
We arrived into Dakar around 7am. As is often the case these days our port is a commercial container base so not the most picturesque of surroundings. We have to gather at 8.40 for our tour so plenty of time for a leisurely breakfast before joining the other 39 on our coach for a tour - City highlights of Dakar, the Gateway to Africa.As we drove through the city we passed several government buildings, my initial impression is of a rather ...
... need to go with him. The guy who picked me up at the airport tells me he is not and that I need to stay with him. The two guys end up getting into this argument on the beach about where I was supposed to go. It was so confusing I didn´t know what the hell was going on. In the end I stayed with the taxi guy and got a boat ride over to this small island. I finally arrived at the surf camp and I collapsed into my bed at around 5am. Definitely not a ...
... drugs. You see, when Santa dropped him off with us, he was bearing gifts, in the form of all kinds of medication.
He brought us Malarone, to stave off malaria in Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Some Dukoral, for any E. coli that may be lurking in unclean foods we may come across, and some Imodium for any other stomach ailments that may hit us. Amoxil, for the sinus infection I picked up a couple of days before departing. ...