Cape Point Hotel

Address: Kofi Anan Street, Bakau, 2294s/k, Gambia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Kofi Anan Street, Bakau, is near IFAN Museum (African Arts Museum), Sandaga, Pink Lake (Retba), and Parc National du Delta du Saloum.
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      Travel Blogs from Bakau

      Beyond the Classroom

      A travel blog entry by thelabelmaker on Jun 01, 2014

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      My second week at Starfish has been a quick one. We said our farewells to three volunteers this week, leaving me as the last one standing to hold down the fort until the next volunteers arrive (about a week). It has been a blessing to be able to share my experience with other volunteers who have been involved with Starfish for three years. After one of the farewell ceremonies, the students were still all sitting in a circle and decided to have a rap battle. ...

      The End

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

      ... And finally, thank you to everyone was kind enough and patient enough to read this blog. I am certain it gets boring at times, and I am clearly not a loss to a career in editing with a combination of appalling spelling and horrendously long posts (case point). So that's it really, you never know I might be tempted to take this up again on a different journey. But for now, good night, good bye, good ...

      Dashing through the sand...

      A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Jan 24, 2013

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      ... the moments when I think 'if I hadn’t chosen to take this year out, I would never have known…’
      You can’t beat the moment when a student catches on and the smile crosses their face, picking up Marieme from school and her running into your arms, successfully gutting, scaling and cooking a fish (something you were previously terrified of), clapping your hands in time to the drumming circle where the locals shout and dance carefree, the laugh ...

      Banjul, The Gambia

      A travel blog entry by suzywatson on Jan 23, 2013

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      ... the next hour Hugh and I tried to fish. He kept losing his bait and I could never set the hook although I had lots of nibbles, so we were failures. But one old lady on our boat caught seven tiny fish and someone on the second tour boat caught a tilapia as well as a couple of other big-ish fish, so we were just unlucky (or incompetent...) Walking back to the bus from the dock, a vendor would not leave us alone, so we bought a necklace and bracelet set from him. ...

      Back to The Gambia

      A travel blog entry by mothman on Feb 29, 2012

      ... also cheapest large water at 25D).

      We stayed B&B, which meant that we tried local restaurants for food. Only had drinks at Calypsos as a bit pricey, but nice ambience and crocs! Taj was excellent, Mr Bass fine for a drink, One for the Road good and cheap. Happy hour limited and prices in hotel by far the highest we experienced on our trip, as a result we didn't eat or drink anything in hotel. Also plenty of cheap eateries near the market ...