Bakadaji Hotel

Address: P.O. Box 2066, Serekunda, Gambia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 2066, Serekunda, is near IFAN Museum (African Arts Museum), Sandaga, Pink Lake (Retba), and Parc National du Delta du Saloum.
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      Travel Blogs from Serekunda

      My African Experience

      A travel blog entry by francescawoo on Apr 09, 2013

      ... to fill my tummy of delicious, fresh chicken. Maybe an hour or more
      passes, but waiting for the chicken was worth it. The chicken is free
      range, mouth watering, juicy and to top it off we splashed hot red
      chilli Gambia sauce to bring the fire to our mouths. Eating with my
      left hand bought back memories from other travels I've been on, and
      remembering the reason not to use my right hand came back to me, as the
      right hand is used for another thing, a toilet ...

      My Gambian Experience

      A travel blog entry by abu.bashir on Jan 31, 2013

      34 photos

      ... let alone elsewhere in the third world.


      There is a huge selection of restaurants and other eateries around the tourist resorts of Senegambia and Kotu. The cuisine is varied from international to African / Gambian. The selection includes French, Italian, American, Mexican, British, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Caribean and Gambian. The price range is relatively lowfor the western tourist. The total bill for a meal for two at the Ali Baba Restaurant came to Dalasis 575 / ...

      The Smiling Coast

      A travel blog entry by chrlttzmmrmn on Dec 11, 2011

      5 photos

      ... told us about the Jokor Club, so we decided to check it out. There was a nice outdoor garden bar and an empty dance floor. After enjoying a cold beer, we continued on our way. We took a taxi to our accommodations, the Bungalow Beach Hotel. Throughout the city, beautiful silk cotton trees grew and sprouted colorful blooms. On Sundays there are wrestling matches in which local Gambians compete.

      One ...

      At Sea between The Gambia and Ghana

      A travel blog entry by gypsying on Nov 28, 2010


      ... in The Gambia than in Senegal and to him this was an indicator of a freer market. I noticed the billboards as well…a huge percentage were for competing cell phone companies, several of which are local Gambian companies. One even bragged about internet access on your cell phone’ another about world roaming. I’m still amazed by communication technology. In Senegal I would say that easily 90% of the street vendors were selling telephone ...


      A travel blog entry by bellag on Oct 27, 2009

      ... food,
      The final whistle looms like an omen...over...Game Over.

      Arriving at our lovely 'luxury budget' abode, we were excited to see an array of DVDs that we found time to indulge in as it has been a while. Despite its status as the BIGGEST, BADDEST city in Africa, Dakar didn't freak us out all that much in the end and in fact we rather enjoyed its bustling vibes and various street sellers ...