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Travel Blogs from Toubakouta
Our joyful reunion was in try Banjul airport style: Him standing for two hours waiting for luggage in the steaming heat, me climbing up onto a post to try to see him, frantically waving through the crowd, pushing through the throng and me jumping like a monkey into his arms.... ignoring the backpack, day pack and cardboard tube for my precious …
... 300 dalassi (for two) 'taxes’ and they wanted to have CFA rather than dalassi from us.
The Senegalese side was very quick with just Customs and Immigration to see.
None needed for The Gambia or Casamance.
Carte Brun – see Notes for Senegal.
Film - Pack-Up of Roof Tent and Awning Directed by Maxwell House
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Dear family, friends and other dogs
A host of baobab trees (like one of the balloon sculptures my dear friend Matthew magics up) waved their bobbly branches in salutation as we bounced our way along the red hot tracks in to the secret lands of the Siné-Saloum. These lands were dappled with static saline waters, where huddles of female humans, bent over like flamingos scooping up their grub, dug for their salty ...
... went on a canoe trip before breakfast. Lamin took us to an area where there were supposed to be a lot of birds! Well, we did nearly see a long-crested eagle! Lamin is very knowledgeable (self-taught) and could make a lot of bird sounds to try to attract them. (He told us that it takes him between one-and-a-half and two hours to walk to and from walk each day. It made me feel very humble.) Unfortunately, the river was high so we saw few birds on our ...
... and jump from the bus despite the inflated fare we paid to cross.
We joined everyone with sense in the dusty line of brightly coloured head scarfs, babies bound tightly on the backs and walked the brick dust red road to the shore. We just missed a boat. A man had to be stopped from trying to jump on to its back. We sat in the shade with everyone else and waited.
The loading, unloading and turningarounding took an hour. As the ferry hit the bank ...