Bazouk Du Saloum

Address: BP 03 - Fimela, Mar Lodj, Senegal | Hotel
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Bazouk Du Saloum Mar Lodj

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Mar Lodj

    A short (well kind of long actually) update

    A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Jun 30, 2013

    22 photos

    ... our hands out and I prayed (in English) and then the students prayed in Wolof. Their sense of fraternity is so inspiring to me and I'm going to miss them all so much!

    Another success during the second semester was Bob Marley Day. The kids made a presentation of BM’s life whilst Amee and I made a quiz and a song dictation (I will never listen to No Woman No Cry the same again). The day was brilliant, we had over 40 students getting passionate ...

    Joal in a Bottle

    A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on May 22, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... fi!’ ‘Ca va?’ ‘Waaw, ca va bien’ ‘Yangi noss?’ ‘Noss bi yam rek’ ‘Ana wer ker ga?’ ‘Nyunga fa!‘ ‚yangi si jam?’ ‘Jamm rek!’ The bustle of the streets as the kids amble around, half-dressed, dirty-faced, yelling ‘katty toubab’ and chasing me with dead chickens. The jambaar women carrying a baby on their back and a bucket ...

    West Africa - not for the faint of heart

    A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Apr 14, 2013

    9 comments, 45 photos

    ... them, so creativity is the word of the day. As I think I've mentioned before, literacy is very low. The lowest we've discovered so far is here in Guinea, where there is approx 29% literacy. School is compulsory to Level 8, but still very few children ever get to school, as they are needed by their parents to work.

    How to Insult a Nation in 6 Days

    A travel blog entry by joseph.heskin on Apr 09, 2013

    4 photos

    Previously on Badly Written Blog: - a bus journey from hell, the bright lights of Dakar, Senegalese surfing and beers on the beach. What will befall our four intrepid explorers this week; captured by militia? eaten by cannibal tribes? ....unfortunately for both readers and writer, no, but true to form both Kev and I the self proclaimed Africa experts of the group managed to insult 3 towns in 6 days! Kartong, The Gambia -We arrived in this small town ...

    The Secret Siné-Saloum: Land of the Baobab Tree

    A travel blog entry by landylove on Feb 24, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... slipped in there) which the Toubakoutan human taught us, ‘Dégoo ‘Glow Eye’ (sounds like ‘glow eye’ but I do not know how to write it), which means ‘really, truthfully, verily, yes I agree with you’, or, we think it does, and it makes all the humans roar and rock with laughter whenever we quietly bark or yelp it.

    Thank you for your readings.

    Love and licks

    Max ...