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... my notebook and camera batteries to recharge, as I was quickly running out of power. Once plugged in, our first stop was the Crocodile Pool where there was the opportunity to touch their tales. You were kept well away from their jaws – just in case you happened to be their flavour of choice. From there we headed to the Monkey Park (Bijilo Forest Park) which is a woodland area with lots of monkey families happy to pose for the tourist. The final 2 hours were spent ...
... on most busy street corners. One may describe it as their version of a Sausage & burger cart in the Uk, but I find Afra tastier and healthier. What made Mamadu's joint more appealing is his personality; a very polite and friendly young man who goes the extra mile to cater for his customers' needs.
An imposing structure overlooking the city of Banjul, the arch serves as a great viewing platform. It's a vantage point for a panoramic view of all corners of the ...
... about football (everyone supports MUFC) and watched them sew.
Midday temperature was 40 degrees so we took a dip in the pool then lazed on the beach for the rest of the afternoon. L picked up our evening meal order from his sister-in-law (fish patties for the boys, rice and chicken wings for me) before heading to the bar to watch more African dancing. Starring me, again and after a bit of persuading (dragging) A and L up ...
... assistants to carry our bags to the car. Windows down, reggae blaring like local rudeboys we headed off to our villYa in Kololi. There are lots of kids wandering the streets, along with random cattle, goats and huge termite mounds along the way. The girls at the petrol station were giggling and touching Austin as they'd "never met a white man before." Our villa is ...
... we used a small booth that also did 48. In Senegambia the hotel did 47.6; 48 was easy to get on strip, but Barry’s offered a bit more (also cheapest large water at 25D).
We stayed B&B, which meant that we tried local restaurants for food. Can't rememebr the names of places we went except for Ali Babas which was fine, and the one with a garden was good. Jasmina was fine for a drink, we kept our spending to below 250 dalesi for a meal ...