Cape Point Hotel
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... I concede that this could have been a piece of wood. It was definitely cubist though. One of his unfinished and unsigned paintings hangs on a wall up the stairs. You can tell it is his, even though it's not very good.
If you go to Gambia, go to this bar. You will soon get used to the smell of fish.
We had a tour of the fish market, but sadly my batteries had run down - so no photos. If you go to the fish market, you will be guided round the fish cabinets and will ...
... a family member be ashamed of the darkness of her skin because she was told at school that she was not pretty because of it. Actually, experiencing the other side of the coin at another place, I have noticed that I have been treated with utmost respect. People have stopped me along the road asking how I am doing, what my name is, and telling me about different things to do while I am here. I have talked ...
... to ‘stroke’ Tony if we were brave enough. The guy said that the croc had had a good breakfast earlier on, so as long as we didn’t approach him from the front or startle him, he shouldn’t snap at us. When it was my turn I felt his back and leg and belly; the skin on the belly was a lot softer than the back, which was quite scaly and knobbly.
As one woman was petting Tony, he decided to slither along for a couple of paces. We ...
... started to arrive. Several of them were holding high their school reports. Many of which read "must try harder", (now where have I read that before). There were several of the children, that had done extremely well and had achieved top class marks. As their reward and also a challenge to the ‘less well’ achievers, Debbie selected six of them for a ‘day out treat’. They would get to visit a local Monkey Park, Crocodile Pool and then spend some ...
... 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.