Hotel Monaco Plage
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- Free parking
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... We visited a pink lake and also a terrible zoo, with animals in such small cages it made me want to cry. We saw streets full of sheep with giant testicles. It would soon be the Islamic sheep killing festival Tabaski, and so we knew it wouldn't be long before sheep filled the streets no more. We found all sorts of food in restaurants, food at Baba and Lisa's home, and food at Baba's family's home. We found Yogurt Landia - an incredible frozen yogurt shop, ...
... of a necessity to wear bras around here and why can't America be more like that?
25. Did I spray bug spray before I left? Please tell me I sprayed myself before I left.
I'm sure far more inappropriately offensive thoughts go through my head that I've forgotten about and maybe that's not such a bad thing. Until then, I will continue to put off my homework and work on my tan. 24 more days until I'm back to being America's problem!
Despite being out of the Thistle restaurant in good time to go to the Neptune Lounge, we were unable to get in, which was a pity because tonight it was the Braemar Crew Show. The problem is that the passenger Choir Concert had been performing beforehand, so the people who’d gone along to see them at 7.45pm had just stayed in their seats. Therefore the queue was massive and stretched all the way through the pub and ...
... overlooking the ocean - and they call this overlanding! We finished our time in Elinkine, wasting our time on a 4 hour boat cruise to not see dolphins (not sure if they really exist) and to watch a poor monkey tied by the bottom jump at you as you walk past and rifle through your pockets - not sure we'll race back to Elinkine!
We were welcomed into Guinea Bissau by a lovely official who made us pay him a bribe to get into the country, Al our ...
... around the Place de l'Independence, the main city square. The stately Hotel de Ville sits right behind and the train station with an elegant facade lies not too far away. In a departure from other capitals, no one wagged a finger when M whipped out her camera to take a picture of the Presidential Palace. From there, a short pleasant walk to Place Soweto brings you to the National Assembly (at the corner of Nelson Mandela Avenue) and Musee de Dakar. ...