Bijilo Beach Hotel

Address: Bijilo beach, Kololi, 4061, Gambia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bijilo beach, Kololi.
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      Gambian Projects

      A travel blog entry by dgm2oz on Jul 23, 2013


      ... started to arrive. Several of them were holding high their school reports. Many of which read "must try harder", (now where have I read that before). There were several of the children, that had done extremely well and had achieved top class marks. As their reward and also a challenge to the ‘less well’ achievers, Debbie selected six of them for a ‘day out treat’. They would get to visit a local Monkey Park, Crocodile Pool and then spend some ...

      Day Ninety-Five

      A travel blog entry by delia.brimmer on Apr 14, 2013

      Hello from The Gambia in Africa,

      We have been ported in The Gambia for the day to refuel the ship. Though we have not been allowed off of the ship I still find it super cool that Senegal surrounds where I currently am. My mom was born in Dakar, Senegal and I have always wanted to go there and see where she grew up.

      I played soccer AND basketball today, so multitalented…

      Love ya!


      My Gambian Experience

      A travel blog entry by abu.bashir on Jan 31, 2013

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      ... in local restaurants are very high by African standards. I normally don't eat salads or drink tap water in non-western countries, but I break this rule in the Gambia without any bacterial infection.

      Kadie Kadie Restaurant

      Run by an indefatigable and lovely Sierra Leonean lady, this restaurant would rank amongst the best for quality of food, diversity of menu and customer service. Amongst their best dishes are 'Plassas & rice', 'Benechin' and roast chicken with chips. ...

      Market day in Banjul

      A travel blog entry by emsys on Mar 12, 2012

      Spent the morning topping up my freckles on the beach then L picked us up and took us to Banjul, the capital city.

      There's propaganda for the President everywhere - banners on lampposts, huge billboards about the changes he's made and telling Gambians it's their national duty to vote for him. Banjul even has an area called 22 July Square after the date he was elected.

      We wandered through Banjul market which ...

      African adventure

      A travel blog entry by emsys on Mar 09, 2012

      Took a coach to Gatwick at an ungodly hour ready for our 8am flight. On the plus side I was so tired I fell asleep as soon as we boarded the plane and woke up with only 2 hrs of the flight left. Felt like VIPs when we arrived at Banjul airport. Lamin's, my brother's Gambian friend who's with us sister works at the airport so she took us through security and got one ...