Bijilo Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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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…
... sent over for 2 year stints by the Cuban government with a variety of specialists, + expat docs from the UK who volunteer here. Registrars - all Gambians who have completed their specialist training abroad, either in Ghana, *****ia or Taiwan. House Officers - again all Gambian all graduated from the med school. Nurses - usually only 2-3 qualified nurses per ward, the rest will be student nurses. A&E -predominantly patients with extreme presentation of common problems e.g ...
... for the lodge. Heartened by the sign, we continued to trudge along the narrow dirt path through the village. As it turned out it was well over 2 kilometers and with heavy packs, we were slightly annoyed by the bad information. But when we did reach Paradise Inn Lodge, all such feelings quickly melted away. The lodge is stunningly located at the edge of a forest ...
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 ...
... we had far more on drinks in this hotel than we did in the others (in Ocean Bay we refused to buy any as crazy prices). The only food we had in hotel was a pizza (£4) and was good. For us there is no need to pay extra for the big buffet (£13) as we would only get fat. A la carte 3 course could be had for about £11. Other than places mentioned here, there isn't really much else about, except juice bars and black & white for cheap, good drinks. Both other Gambia ...