Golden Beach Hotel
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... forest: Green Velvet monkeys and Red Columbus monkeys. The first ones we saw were the Green Velvet monkeys, in all sizes. Some jumped on your shoulders to get the nuts. They were not afraid of humans at all. We enjoyed walking through the forest which is typical of forest in The Gambia. Eventually we came across a troop of Red Colobus monkeys swinging through the trees. They stayed well away from us. They were larger than ...
A quieter day. We walked up the beach to Senegambia via Pa's juice bar. We stopped there to have a juice. The lads had gone out fishing and we could see them from the beach. The juices were gorgeous! I had banana and orange. Bryan had orange and lime. The weather was slightly overcast but got warmer as we sat by Pa's juice bar. The lads arrived back on the beach with their catch, angel fish and butter fish. We watched the fisherman gut the fish. Their skin was really tough, ...
... live monkeys, accessories and all. The monkeys were very friendly to people, but were not very nice to each other sometimes because they all wanted the peanuts that they all couldn’t have. The monkeys’ hands reminded me of really strong baby hands. Their hands were the size of a baby’s, but were as strong as an adult’s! Having the monkeys climbing all over me was an amazing experience that I would do again in ...
... and mentors. Since Yassin graduated from Berea College, her niece had also visited there. She had mentioned that the entire time she was in America the only time she felt comfortable, loved, and at home was when she visited Berea. This made me realize how special of a place it truly is and how fortunate I am to go to school there.
Time for some cultural things that I have picked up on. Yes, they speak ...
... behind the baggage conveyor belt to the Brussles Airlines office, where I was prompted to use one of their office computers to access Annie's email and print out the four itinerary receipts.
Check in completed, we had a short wait at the gate and got on a bus which drove us about 50 meters to the Brussels jumbo jet already full of passengers coming from Europe to Banjul. It was a fancy one, with touch screen tablets attached to every seat back. I sat ...