Hotel Le Djoloff

7 rue Nani, Dakar, Senegal | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dakar

The Gambia river and bright lights of Dakar

A travel blog entry by nickyloo


And then it was time for my final country…..The Gambia. As The Gambia is the only country we visited which didn't need a visa, we had imagined the border crossing being fairly straightforward in comparison to some of the previous countries….how wrong we were! Initially we were refused entry on the grounds that we had recently been in Guinea where the Ebola outbreak is fast spreading. They requested health certificates which of course ...

Tabaski in Senegal

A travel blog entry by luv2srff


... clubs a bit, which was fun. The locals love to dance and it is a trip to watch them. Most of the clubs have mirrors on the dance floor and some of the locals would literally dance in front of the mirrors all by themselves. They loved to watch themselves dance. I got to meet some really amazing people outside of the camp as well. I became friends with a Peace Corp volunteer who taught me a bit about Senegal and the different types of languages ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus


... for a flight out of Africa. My trip was a failure.
Papu and I collected my bags and got up to leave.
I went inside the port one last time to use the toilet. Returning from the bathroom, a bespectacled ticket-lady - whom I'd once asked, "Vouz aimez l'injustice?" (Do you love injustice?) - told me to report to the ticket counter. It's a good thing I was drinking water this day! It looked like I was going ...

Nous Sommes Ici

A travel blog entry by kellyrose


... something!

We are off to our CBT (community based training) sites on Tuesday to live with host families during the remainder of our training. Here we will all get to practice the languages that we started today and dive into the culture. These families play an important role because they will be the first Senegalese people that we will have spent any amount of time with that help us integrate into their culture.

Well I am off for now, take care readers and we will chat ...

Arrival in Senegal ...

A travel blog entry by mrdeuxchevaux


... and took a trip to the hotel at the lac Rose .... nice surprise ...

We found all cars aligned there ... in one piece with nothing missing ...

As it was already evening, we had a drink in the hotel bar, met with the other participants and tried to get some rest .. we didn't knew what the day after would be ...

Tomorrow .. trip to the lac Rose and 70km to the Baobab Camp ...


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