Fajara Hotel

Address: Fajara, Gambia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fajara

West Africa - not for the faint of heart

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Apr 14, 2013

9 comments, 45 photos

... of Guinea and stamped into Côte d'Ivoire. What an adventure! Every minute was a "hold your breathe, are we going to topple over?" moment. It was such a shock last night to be in a town that had real lights and paved streets. I can tell you, one of the most important lessons I will take back with me will be a sincere appreciation for everything that makes our world work! I don't know if we are better off for it, but it sure makes life easier....

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Moving to the Big Smoke

A travel blog entry by joseph.heskin on Mar 12, 2013

... yoke of whatever colonial yokes are attached too, (imperial thingummies, oppressive eggs?) but the day the current President for Life released Gambia from the 30yr regime of democracy to bask in his benign glory. I'm gonna stop there because the last white guy to speak in less than pleasing terms about El Presidente got thrown in jail for 4 months, and I've got a hockey match in April

Hello to all at home and hope you're enjoying teh snow! Banjul out


At Sea between The Gambia and Ghana

A travel blog entry by gypsying on Nov 28, 2010


... wood carvings of the profile of some type of antelope; mass-produced necklaces; miscellaneous wood carvings of various animals that haven’t been seen near this part of Africa in generations, etc etc. Senegal has developed a few “indigenous” crafts such as sand painting (really bland landscape or other images made by dripping different colors of sand onto a surface and securing them somehow); and reverse glass painting that also much ...


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 ...

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