Bungalow Beach Hotel

Address: P.O. Box 2637, Serekunda, Gambia | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on P.O. Box 2637, Serekunda, is near IFAN Museum (African Arts Museum), Sandaga, Pink Lake (Retba), and Parc National du Delta du Saloum.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Serekunda

        The End

        A travel blog entry by joseph.heskin on Apr 21, 2013

        ... wiser locals and of course the children! I will genuinely miss the shouts of "toubab" and "blanco" as I walk through Leamington, and the curiosity that drove their adventures. I will miss the people, but most of all I'll miss the smiles. To walk to work in Africa is to be greeted and waved at by an entire street, to shake hands with more people in a 5 minute stroll than in a month in the UK ...

        Dashing through the sand...

        A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Jan 24, 2013

        16 photos

        ... language he was going to greet me in and working my brain into gear to splurt out the correct response. Our fellow guests included some Belgians who made the most of the local sex tourism opportunities and a middle aged German man who wore hot pants and baseball cap. (I told you they were zany!) At the festival, we looked on as the musicians drummed, clapped, strung and sang until they dropped. They were accompanied by ‘ballet’s, dancers who shook ...

        Stressful departure from Gambia

        A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Oct 23, 2010

        1 comment, 15 photos

        Next morning its an early wake-up call to clear out the vehicles, get them cleaned and fuelled up. The exhaust gets repaired pretty quickly not far from the camping. Obviously everything gets delayed and we spend ages cleaning the cars. We get some cheap food in Senegambia and I donate some clothes and loose ends to the poor family who own the small shack of a restaurant. Its about 4pm till we finally leave the camping and ...

        Time May Change Me, But I Can't Trace Time....

        A travel blog entry by charlie_ray on Sep 17, 2010

        6 photos

        ... how out of the members they have – they do not have a single refugee and shows almost a divide within the community and this links back to how bee keeping is a popular activity but possibly only with the host community – this also leads to suggest that the host community have access to a wider variety of assets/materials/ social networks in order to embark on alternative livelihoods! Luckily I was able to catch up with Mam very briefly as she was doing some other ...

        Banjul, Gambia - Welcome to West Africa

        A travel blog entry by cessna152 on Apr 06, 2010

        18 photos

        ... perched in trees with their unkempt scrawny necks swiveling this way and that. Stopping at a roadside bar I had another JulBrew, the local beer, and then read something horrible in the guidebook. “It says here,” I said to Angela, “that 80% of women in this country have been female circumcised. It's still legal, apparently.” The book stated that the operation (if you could call it that) took many forms but was usually performed in the more rural ...