Cape Point Hotel

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

    The Gambia Experience

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 25, 2014

    7 photos

    ... her. We then realised it was a female in heat; hence the interest of both the ginger and the tabby. She did not appreciate the advances of her suitor however and, dropping lightly onto the ground, she shot off with the ginger tom and the tabby in hot pursuit. ;-)

    When we arrived at the crocodile pool, one of the crocs was out of the water and was basking in the sun. The guide told us it was a male of about 35 years called Tony. We were invited up, one at ...

    Day 9

    A travel blog entry by mclark65 on Apr 21, 2013

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    ... a middle aged woman who lives out here 6 months of the year. I tried the Indian Restaurant on the strip The Jewel of India, but sadly although my Jalfrezie was tasty, the Onion Bargies with no mint sauce and very small Naan and Popperdoms were a let down, the entertainment of a guy playing some kind of Situ?got the deserved tip. Finished the night off with a few a hotel ...

    My Gambian Experience

    A travel blog entry by abu.bashir on Jan 31, 2013

    34 photos

    ... resort; something we daren't do in Johannesburg or Nairobi. Tourists seem to freely interact with locals than I have seen anywhere else in sub-Saharan Africa.


    There seem to be a lot of taxis and local minibuses around. Taxi drivers actively solicit for trade and are quite competitive which works out to the advantage of the customers. Contrast this with Sierra Leone where customers have to literarily beg and offer to pay more to be transported. The ...

    Dashing through the sand...

    A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Jan 24, 2013

    16 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Kombo Again!

    A travel blog entry by mclark65 on Nov 18, 2012

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    ... hours. Headed back to the Bar and had a few with Scouse Billy and Co.. Got taxi to Kombo Beach where Dominoes were having a reggae night, had a really nice pizza at Ali Baba's in the craft market. The Reggae party was not all that just loads of middle aged and oversized white women with younger Gambian Rasta boys, reminded me of Thailand but the other way round. So headed back to hotel around ...