Bungalow Beach Hotel
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... ways they could hopefully move things forward. Being the end of the school year the staff were completing the children’s school reports. As Debbie’s school is not part of the state system, it is not unusual for a village child to attend both schools. On returning to the compound, we got on with the usual evening tasks and preparing for our next days activities.
Friday 19 July.
We had no sooner thought about having our breakfasts when ...
... hot.......seriously it's insanely hot
We started our journey at the ungodly hour of 03:30am in the pitch black of Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, Middle England.
Out motley crew of 4 consisted of:
(1)Anna "Team Captain" Biscoe - driver, wise elder, chief haggler, token English and all round traveler extraordinaire
(2) Kev "Our Man in Belfast" Lewis - Africanophile, and successor to Attenborough in search for the best National Parks ...
... Beach. Got my sunbed that Brooklyn on of the bar guys set up for me, Fatima showed up a bit later around 12.. Had such a laugh with her as she brought her Bikini so we spent much time in the sea playing with the huge waves that were rushing in... Recommend the meat pie from a woman seller on the beach. We left the beach around 6.30 just after the sunset with a nice tan after finishing ...
... Arch 22. A massive monument to the 1994 coup, the top level boasts a museum and picturesque views of the city.
We decided to visit James Island. It is a small sliver of land that used to be the base for the British's Fort James. It is now a World Hertiage Site and is covered in the ruins of former colonial power. The Six Gun Battery on the north shore was used to clandestinely continue the slave trade ...
... luck’ as we say in the Gambia; ‘now now’. Use the gifts you have, no matter how small you think they may seem. Be honest with yourself and others. And remember, ‘small is beautiful’, especially for us women, who can do so much with the little we have to bring about great changes.”
“Upon completion, I was employed in 1998 as a teacher at Wellingara Literacy and Skills Centre. This is where I am a ...