Hotel Cap Ouest
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... point so.... we'll see how this goes.
Also with the orientation, they explained that there may be a lot of different religions in the area but being religious in Senegal comes second to being a part of the community. It's hard to set aside the "every man for himself" mentality. Like, I still can't wrap the idea in my head around the fact that people are excited to have random people come in and use their bathroom. I cringe ...
... the good wine and not the good tequila either, but it was a good night. No hangover either. Haha.
Tanned. Packed. Hung out with the family. Hung out with friends.
Got up. Finished packing. Said goodbye to everyone. Picked up Ryu. Drove to Dakar. Got to my hotel. Ate. Slept.
Today, I sit here reflecting on my trip and want to share eleven ...
... from their rickety looking stalls a variety of items, clothing, food, household goods, electrical items, so many people going about their daily tasks, in traditional garments as well as European, but not wanting to offend I did not take any photographs of these colourful outfits.It was interesting to watch as people carried their wares sometimes on their heads, I saw one man with about 12 large open trays of eggs just balancing on his ...
... who live in Dakar and they did not have water for two weeks. Itīs hard for me to even wrap my head around that. Most of the people that live there rely on tap water for drinking. This was definitely a life and death situation for a lot of people in the city. They turned the water back on two days before I arrived. I had heard rumors that around the time I was leaving Senegal they were going to shut the water off again this time for up to 3 months. I ...
... so it’s all very exciting! There are 15 of us on the tour and two crew. I am the youngest and the only person under 30. The youngest lady is 35. I’m young again!
Anyhow, not too much to report as we have been in Dakar for the past few days waiting for visas and documentation for our visit in to Guinea. Tomorrow (Wednesday) is the big day when we jump on the truck and head off, tomorrow night will also be our first night bush camping.