Farid Hotel Restaurant Dakar
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- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Meal plan
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... were allowed as many of the seemingly never ending sauces and toppings as you wished. And of course, we set to work and baked not just a chocolate cake, but a lemon cake too! I also spent a day exploring alone, and visited Ile de Goree - a beautiful sandy island that once played a significant part in the Atlantic slave trade. Then having successfully negotiated boats and buses to unknown places, and feeling I'd had my fill of Dakar, I knew I was ready to move ...
I hate liver probably as much as I hate when the water decides to stop working for extended periods of time. You know who doesn't share my sentiments? My host family. Word on the street is that liver is some pretty high end stuff around here... Don't get me wrong, I love my host family and they've been nothing but wonderful and accommodating, I just hate liver and I had to tell someone.
While I have your attention drawn to my personal problems, I would ...
... corridor beyond. So there was no point even trying to get in, as we wouldn’t be able to get decent seats.
Never mind though, we just stayed in the pub, had a few drinks, enjoyed Pat’s music and then hot-footed it along to the Coral Club for the quiz as usual.
Tonight’s show in the Coral Club was called “From Backstage to On Stage” and featured none other than our Price Tag rapping guy, Dong ...
... was pretty set on not paying him, however after 3 hours on the border, Al had to give in and pay him the darned bribe. Apart from the initial corruption on the border, we loved Guinea Bissau! The capital Bissau was a cool city, with its Portuguese influenced buildings, some deserted many years before, we found an awesome restaurant that served $1 caiparinhias, a massive markets where if you walked down small alleys you would find yourself in this rabbit warren of ...
... past the heavily fortified US embassy and paused to read the notice board that displayed details on how to apply for a visa to the US.
Continuing west, the Route de a Corniche- Ouest (Western Corniche) is a great place for a view of the Atlantic Ocean. To finish the loop, we walked up Avenue Pompidou in the direction of the city center, not realizing that we were headed directly into the underbelly of the city - seedy surroundings, narrow ...