Bijilo Beach Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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we tried lots of beach bars. This one more than any other, maybe it is the coolest hangout, maybe it is because of Skinny
here is Skinny. He made us a seed pod shaker
and told us about BBQ and drumming party on wednesdays
John Raymonds is a good beach bar and it's on the way to Kololi beach. At low tide we walked a few miles and visited the Monkey ...
... to visit the local state school, Madiana Lower Basic School. Debbie was hoping to get time to chat with the staff, to see ways that her school and theirs could interact. Also it would give Barry an myself an opportunity to see what the local children get from the state. We set off on the half-mile walk, which took us along a dry sandy path, passing similar compounds to the one we are living in. Everybody we past would greet us very courteously.
We were given ...
... yoke of whatever colonial yokes are attached too, (imperial thingummies, oppressive eggs?) but the day the current President for Life released Gambia from the 30yr regime of democracy to bask in his benign glory. I'm gonna stop there because the last white guy to speak in less than pleasing terms about El Presidente got thrown in jail for 4 months, and I've got a hockey match in April
Hello to all at home and hope you're enjoying teh snow! Banjul out
... my goodbyes and headed in the coach to Banjul Airport,, I nice cheese baguette and a beer sorted me right out when I got there. At this point in departure lounge writing my Travelpod blog..... And a bumpy landing at Gatwick ends another Chapter in my Travelpod Diary... Destination 10/10.. Weather 10/10.. Food 8/10.. Health 10/10.. Mosquito bites Nil. Not bad aye? ...
... The kids are really sweet - they're fascinated by our skin colour and want to shake hands and say hello. They danced with me and then came to sit with us. We stopped off at Hatti's to meet her husband. She lives next to her Mother-in-Law with lots of goats, chickens and children roaming around outside. I can't believe how busy it is for a Sunday night - the stalls along the main roads ...