Golden Beach Hotel
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... to become a young handsome prince. Being the person I am, I had to pick it up! I did get to hold it but was not able to get a picture. Then, the frog peed on me and got loose! I tried my hardest to catch him again in pitch black because I was not going to let that frog pee on me and not get a picture of it. Unfortunately, I was not able to find it again, but they told me that since the rainy season is starting there will be ...
... here who have lived in America about some of these issues and they see it too, so I have been confirmed that I am not crazy…unless we are all crazy, then we’d have a problem. Sometimes it takes boarding a plane, submerging yourself in another culture, and experiencing it for yourself to truly understand and see the impact these things have had on people and society to see that these issues even exist. END ...
... Although I quickly turned back when I realised I had just crossed over the border into Guinea Bissau. The only indication was the lookout tower but luckily for me it was unmanned!
The last place we visited in the Casamance was the lovely village of Abene. We stayed with a British guy Simon who moved out here three years ago. He is now married to a Senegalese woman with his second child on the way and running a guest house. Our ...
... is half the size it was when the fort was built. It was
then back on the small boats to the large boat to return to Denton
Bridge. This time on the way we spotted 4 dolphins swimming
alongside. It was a long day as overall we left at 8 am and arrived
back at 7 pm. Returning back to the camp on the moped we passed
several groups of youths celebrating xmas with a drum group leading a
procession which also had a character dressed in different ...
... delegates meeting with the Gambian government stay here and no one else...or so we thought! The restaurant had been reccommended by two Belgian student nurses at the hospital, so we decided to splash out a bit for one meal. After passing the burly looking security guards we headed into the plush air-conditioned entrance and through to the poolside restaurant where lo and behold, it was FULL of white people! We'd been living ...