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Travel Blogs from Saly
... to a brand new toll road. It didn’t appear to be completely operational but they were putting the barriers through their paces. More practice was obviously required as the guy in front of us failed to stop and crashed his way through the gate!!
We reached the outer suburbs of Dakar by 9.30am and noted that there was heaps of new building going on. New apartment blocks and villas were lined up in significant numbers. Real estate appeared ...
... Ouakam, I could see the lighthouse and a huge bronze statue which at first I thought was a huge mountain,. It is only a couple of years old , taller than the Statue of Liberty and depicts a couple and their child reaching up to heaven. So so impressive! So on I went catching the number 3 and then the 47 to Pointe Almadies, the furthest point west on the African continent,
I had a ...
... actual human bones and our guide is actually a great storyteller.
Our spanish companions are wonderful couples. Very amusing, funny and communicative. They are Lydia and Antonio (from Madrid), Laura and Rafa (from Málaga).
It's time to have a drink and relax a little from the visit at the bar, where we can overlook the crocodiles lurk looking like floating logs in the water.
The visit to the ...
... according to the information of the hotel) and the pool area is quieter than the beach.
It's quite great just to be there on the water and then get some sun to dry out, you know? I could get used to this life :)
While there relaxing, it's a great place to take a book, read or just to listen to some music, or go to the bar and have a few drinks or a snack.
The afternoon flies away and it's time to get a shower in the bedroom and ...
... we had 4-5 guys yelling into the taxi with great anger, and banging on it, and a crowd gathered immediately all around our car. This was really, really, really bad.
Speaking fluent French, I tried to calm the situation by saying that we sort of thought the 2 drivers worked together and had discussed where to take us, they made a deal to get us on our way, etc., but nobody was listening. We were not going anywhere, nobody ...