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Travel Blogs from Saly
... Eyes of My Heart’ at a concert!! We also go to overnight prayer services which leave us pretty whacked but are so powerful and pumped up you can’t miss them! Wednesdays and Thursdays evenings is choir practice –the people there are nuts, we generally have a chat and make fun of the conductor than do much singing… Saturday night we sing with the choir at mass and Sunday morning is mass in Wolof with the full congregation of Joal.
... the enthusiastic and cheeky students who speak English with a grin etched across their faces. They’re what make Joal.
If I could, I’d send you a bottle of Joal so that you could taste it too.
P.S. Very sorry I haven’t updated my blog in so long – I have been so busy with work, travelling and just generally yanging my noss! I will post soon about what I’ve been up to. Sending lots of love ...
... to the Sea Plaza in Dakar, a beautifully Western shopping centre where we enjoyed a huge burger and can of fanta! From there we travelled to a posh hotel for a Rotary Club meeting. The Rotary Club of Sutton in Ashfield kindly sponsored me and I gave a presentation there before leaving, whereupon they connected me with a Rotary Club in Dakar. We presented ourselves, donning Project Trust t-shirts and then enjoyed a presentation in beautifully French French about how to write ...
... and actions you have done that day are all in peace. Besides greetings, my family gets a kick out of my sentences because they make me sound like a three year old, like when I say I am going to the bathroom, or I am washing my cloths, but they understand which is key. Also, I think that my French is improving, which is so exciting! I cant wait for the day that I am able to understand what everyone is saying on tv!!
This next week is going to busy! It ...
... another local guide inside the reserve. This local guide is specially trained to spot places for better viewing the animals or nests, so it's recommended that you hire one for your visit.
Remark: The local guides speak french, so try to hire a english speaking one if you don't speak a word of french.
At Bandia Reserve we will be able to see much of the marvellous native flora and many of Africa's ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed