Espace Thialy

BP 29435, Dakar, Senegal | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Dakar

    If you're from America, why aren't you white?

    A travel blog entry by liz_singanong on Jul 12, 2014

    5 comments, 1 photo

    ... Senegal. So I head downstairs to sit and wait.  James comes over to sit with me and starts speaking in French and I'm sitting there not even understanding enough to earn a participation medal.... So then he starts speaking English! Perfect, completely understandable, like music to my ears ENGLISH.  Because Ghana's official language is English. Everyone in Ghana knows English. Of course they do and of course I assumed that only South Africa does. Then, I start ...

    It's Brilliant on the Braemar

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 28, 2014

    ... found out that it is called In The Stone by 70′s funk group Earth, Wind and Fire. I’ll have to download it when we get home, so it will remind us of the great Fred Olsen cruises we’ve enjoyed. :-)

    We went along to the Coral Club as usual for the quiz and joined George and Barbara, who were kindly saving a seat for us. Afterwards (nope, we didn’t win!) Holly, who is the lead dancer, came around the room looking ...

    On the road through West Africa -Senegal to Guinea

    A travel blog entry by antandrel on Dec 11, 2013

    13 photos

    ... of our Dakar omelette lady. Thanks also to the Lebanese influence we found a great shisha restaurant, I ended up spending a good chunk of time in Dakar smoking the lovely apple tobacco.

    After a couple of days in Dakar we finally got to meet the 19 others we'd be spending the next 1 - 2 months with. To say bunch of people on the trip are diverse is an understatement, all nice in their own way, though some mixed with others has been interesting to say the least.

    West African Dakari - On the rocks with a twist

    A travel blog entry by joseph.heskin on Apr 02, 2013

    3 photos

    ... not to totally humiliate ourselves! Then we left Chris to his work and headed for Pointe Almadie, the western most point in Africa, which added to the compass tally of Kev (been to the eastern most) and Anna (southernmost). Box ticked, food eaten and then uphill to the lighthouse on one of a pair of hills called Les Mamelles (the breasts). Here we got great views of the Dakar skyline and saw how much development and urban sprawl is taking place. The other breast has had ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Aug 05, 2012

    6 photos

    ... who could read the future in the Koran). The marabous sould various mystical services to the common people and often became rich. Papu hadn't studied Islam for decades to become a marabou, yet he consr didered himself a "byfal" (a man who dedicated his life to the service of marabous). The byfals often wore dreadlocks and could be seen begging for rice and change. Senegal's favorite historical figures, ...