Hotel Monaco Plage
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... the architecture is white and clean and creative. There are restaurants, a cultural centre, modern shopping, a United Nations centre and embassy row. There's also Arab town, a small village of handicrafts, and a huge open air market selling carpets and cell phones and clothes and plumbing supplies. The indoor market in the centre of town offers wonderful produce, huge sacks of rice and beans, and meat, and fish can be had at the beach where the fishermen bring in their catch. ...
... good kick out of it, so why can't you too?
Thus far, my life has formulated itself into a routine, which I don't hate. Wake up, school, prepare myself to blog and do homework, hold off on doing a blog and homework for an hour or two, hold off on doing a blog and homework until the next day, bury my nose in my Nook, repeat. It's a challenge, I know, but someone's gotta do it.
Our excursions this past weekend were extremely sub par. On ...
This morning the Braemar docked in Dakar, capital of Senegal. The view from our balcony showed us that Dakar appeared to be more modern than Banjul, as there were several high-rise buildings and more traffic on the roads. It also looked a lot cleaner!
After breakfast we collected the tickets for our tour from the Neptune Lounge, then disembarked the Braemar, thereby setting foot on Senegal soil and our 74th country.
We didn’t need a bus ...
... get to the Fouta Djalon, took us 3 days with 3 bush camps along the way and some very grubby people. The Fouta Djalon is by far our favourite region we have visited, it is an amazingly lush and hilly. We spent our time trekking through canyons, rock climbing and swinging off vines, walking to waterfalls high in the hills with views for miles out over valleys, we caught local taxis where 9 people in a 7 capacity vehicle became the norm - travelling for 3 hours being ...
... hour deadline that I had before I left for Dakar. I was expecting something with brown or black leather but the artist was feeling fancy I guess because on the hat there was red, green, and yellow died leather. Oh well, it looked great and he loved it. Success.
Being away for Christmas is always hard but it makes me even more thankful for everyone that I left behind. I truly do have a great family, and I am not just talking about ...