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... them living in a re-creation of their natural habitat. I'm very tempted to buy bananas and cashew nuts and feed them! Also the food was rubbish!
So it's back to our standard fare which we love:
-great quality fresh fish (butterfish and ladyfish most commonly with some barracuda)
-Domoda (peanut based sauce similar to satay usually with chicken or fish)
-Yassa (onion sauce supposedly served with chicken ...
... by the Gambian official in his office and it was a welcome change to be able to speak in English after traveling through Francophone West Africa. The interview was as pleasant as the one we had with their Ambassador to Mauritania in Nouakchott.
With the help of a Gambian woman who had traveled with us on the Sept Place from Dakar (she waited outside while our immigration procedure was going on inside) helped us change a little CFA into Dalasi at ...
... 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.
... UNHCR delegate from the regional office in Dakar informed the centre that a budget has been previously set aside for the creation and implementing of a project like the a refugee skills centre and was suprised to find that the centre had not received any funds!! It now looks as though UNHCR Gambia office will have to pay out in September to resume the skills centre!!
I must say that I am hugely disappointed with the British High Commission - yes, give them credit ...
... standstill and the engine was switched off. He pointed to the left and everyone craned their necks to see the creatures in question. Four or five large antelope were grazing in the distance, half hidden in tall grass. Hindering our view further were our fellow passengers. The man opposite (on the favoured left-hand side of the lorry) was the worst offender. He hogged the whole window shooting off about a million photos without a care for anyone who couldn't see past him. ...