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This past weekend we went to Toubab Dialao and I played African drums and rode a horse for the first time on my own. Who would have thought I'm actually pretty good at riding horses? Well, my Mongolian ancestry probably but I don't think anyone else. After our African adventures during the day, we could see the Milky Way at night from the hotel we were staying at.... THE ...
... Dutch, English, and French, the historical, Unesco-designated Ile de Gorée is enveloped by an almost eerie calm. There are no sealed roads and no cars on the island, just narrow alleyways with trailing bougainvilleas and colonial brick buildings with wrought-iron balconies – it’s a living visual masterpiece. But Gorée’s calm is not so much romantic as meditative, as the ancient, elegant buildings bear witness to the island’s role in the Atlantic slave ...
After and hour on the ground refueling we were off once more, having never left the plane, for another 8+ hour flight to Jo'Burgh. Exhausting! But we did eventually arrive and collect our baggage, clear customs, meet our fabulous National Guide Beverley and check in for the 2.5 hour flight to Cape ...
... something hit the side of my leg. It turns out the guy sitting next to me had his hand hidden underneath a life vest right next to my leg and was slowly trying to unzip my pocket. I was lucky in both cases to not lose anything, but eventually I did have my laptop stolen from me from out of the dorm area. It is a pretty safe city overall, but it is very poor and petty theft is very common.My month stay in Senegal was pretty mellow over all. I stayed ...
... is hilarious for us, Tom is petrified of horses)!
The apartment is quite close to the sea, which is a beautiful view. On the other side is the brawling city of Dakar. There are 19 'communes’, so we are more in a suburb than the centre. Everything here is sandy with a worn-out feel. The apartment blocks around us are white or cream and quite close together. Lots of electric wires and clothes lines full of brightly coloured garments. There is a sense of pride ...