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 ...
... t planned to write anymore today, but I’ve just got to tell you about tonight’s dinner. Debbie is busy preparing fish and chips, which so far looks 100 times better than the fish and chips I had for my dinner when staying at the Travel Lodge. While on food; breakfast this morning was corn flakes followed by beans and bread. Mid afternoon, I enjoyed two fresh mangoes as my lunch time treat.
Thursday 18 July.
This morning Debbie, Barry and ...
... West Africa has to offer
(3)Lauren "Tourist" O'Flynn - Gambia's translucent answer to Malawi's wicked witch of the East Madonna (i.e. didn't pack anything in her hand luggage so she could fit a child in on the way home!), Africa virgin, and most excited of us all
We arrived at Gate 21, Gatwick with suspiciously little hassle at security and embarked on our 6hr 35min flight to Banjul.
... pure Thailand Coconut oil. I decided I'd stay in the hotel bar this evening and have a few drinks with the guests. Had a great laugh with Fatima,management and guests even up on the mic with Amess doing our own rendition of Bob Marley's Redemption Song. Had a few dances with Fatima. Got nicely wasted with Julbrew export and JD & coke.... Then broke open the Coconut that UK got me ...
... 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 ...