Fajara Hotel

Address: Fajara, Gambia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fajara

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A travel blog entry by joseph.heskin on Apr 21, 2013

... think we 4 have come away with very different experiences. Unfortunately the blog mainly represents only my thoughts and opinions so forgive me if I seemed to concentrate on similar events. I have to say a massive thank you, merci beaucoup, n'ga def and obrigado to everyone we met and worked with over the last few weeks; doctors, nurses, patients, barmen, drivers, fellow travellers, wise expats ...

Dashing through the sand...

A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Jan 24, 2013

16 photos

... imported Cadbury chocolate and speaking Gambian Wolof, which is frankly, just a little weird: ‘Yangi nice? Yangi cool? Yangi alright?’ Amee and I even ventured to Serekunda market where we bought fish which I later made edible – perhaps one of my greatest moments so far! On Christmas Day we devoured bacon sandwiches, had Secret Santa (involving wine, a rasta hat and lots of Biskrem!) and chilled out on the beach where I got a lovely phone call from ...


A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Nov 07, 2010

4 comments, 27 photos

We saw Baba again at 9am the next morning. His return home had not been planned so he had spent much of the night catching up with friends and family he had not seen in a long time. Today he wanted everyone to meet his new English friends who had brought him home. So we spent most of the day meeting his family and friends, all of whom were delighted to meet us. Demonstrations of ...

Time May Change Me, But I Can't Trace Time....

A travel blog entry by charlie_ray on Sep 17, 2010

6 photos

Week Commencing 13/09/2010

So after the trip to Dakar it was all about getting back into the last stretch of work... Piloting surveys and more importantly getting back up country so Mam Sireh can get into the communities and get the last few bits of data. However because of horrid timing, Mam re-started college and is now not available during the week and only rarely on weekends – What do I do? Do I just try and find someone else – say from SJFF or stick it ...

Ayo Gyptian tell dem fi gwan eviction :-)

A travel blog entry by charlie_ray on Aug 30, 2010

... that refugees (and possibly even Gambians) go over the border to collect fuelwood for both domestic and commercial consumption. In order to do this I will send my research assistant out for the day (or maybe two days) to follow and interview male and female fuelwood activity separately in order to make a comparison. I will also set the GPS on track mode so that I can see the route taken by both men and women - this will be handy in order to create my map as well ...

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