Bazouk Du Saloum
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... Just as I came to a part of the road that left me with no option but to wade through mud, along came another lorry. This time the three guys inside, although having no clue as to where the guesthouse was that I was aiming for, squashed up and gave me a lift to the next village. Here people knew where I was heading, and a guy called something like Dadow offered to walk me there. We walked through the village, in the then darkness, stopping off at his home ...
... Senegal. The former capital of Senegal, the colonial buildings make its charm and we spent 4 days strolling the stunning streets.
The highlight of their visit would be the evening of my birthday. We were sat in the living room and in walked Amee, carrying a plate with 19 cupcakes and one big candle. My two families sang Happy Birthday to me in English, French and Wolof. I was so touched I thought I would cry (held it back again Janet!).
Amee and ...
Happy Africa Day!
If I was granted one wish, it would be the ability to bottle Senegal. Imagine that, the essence of a beautiful, mind-wangling, topsy-turvy place caught in a bottle. My idea of perfection; to sit getting drunk on the Senegalese atmosphere. Nothing else could capture the rhythm of life. The beauty of the African sunset over the Atlantic Ocean, the bobbing pirogues with their vibrant colours, 'REAL MADRID' painted ...
... interspersed with modern brick homes with galvanized roofs, the smiles and greetings of the people. I am constantly amazed at how welcoming and friendly they are in general, and how white their teeth are. I don't know how they manage to keep their teeth white with all of the sugar they consume, but Africans as a whole have beautifully strong, white teeth, and it gives you a lift just to see their blazing smile light up their faces and their waves as you pass. ...
... 6 o'clock when a whistle blew and the whole town stood to attention while the flag was lowered, all except Kev who marched on before turning and shouting "what?" as the locals glared as these white people defaced their flag. So now we've insulted Senegal we feel it's time to move on to our next adventure in Guinea-Bissau, a small country to the south which speaks Portuguese and Creole and we don't. Hooray! So it's goodbye from all of us and weirdly we'll see you next ...