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Travel Blogs from Bakau
... flies, and some of the fruit and vegetables were rotten and were festering quietly in the sun. Numerous stray cats and chickens roamed around and the whole effect was decidedly insalubrious.
The Brits all congregated together near a small bar selling soft drinks (no beer in this predominantly Muslim area) and stood together as one. The guide said “You have 20 minutes before you have to be back on the bus… or we could give you an ...
... of the village had 2 wives - both named Fatu - who prepared our meals. Surprisingly, I wasn't as tired as I thought I might be after the very inactive last couple of weeks - especially as we had an exhausting 2 hour drive back to our hotel on cattle-track roads
following the ...
... are the TAME crocodiles", in the split second it took me to mentally scoff at the idea of having a domesticated guard-croc who death rolls the unsuspecting postman on the front lawn, Lauren was on hands and knees beside the croc petting him like a kitten. A dream come true for the crocophile (?)
On the way back through the local neighbourhood (effectively a township on the edges of all the nearby hotels) Lauren's charm struck again but this time with ...
1. complete, stamp and sign the entrance half of the counterfoil
2. complete, detach and retain the importation voucher
- Upon exit from a country which your carnet is valid for the customs official will
1. complete, stamp and sign the exit half of the counterfoil
2. complete, detach and retain the exportation ...
... 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 ...