Hotel Cap Ouest

N'Gor Virage, Dakar, Senegal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dakar

If you're from America, why aren't you white?

A travel blog entry by liz_singanong


That question being listed under the "Top 3 Things I Get A Lot" and I'm not even good enough with my French to explain that I, myself, often forget that I don't "look" American.... But I sure as heck know I sound it. Three words into my first sentence in a conversation is usually when foreigners are hit with the daunting realization that I'm beyond bleached. This all brings me to James (and I know he's reading this, so this one's for you, James). James was the other ...

The Gambia river and bright lights of Dakar

A travel blog entry by nickyloo


... I’m not quite sure how I’ll adjust back into civilisation. I’ve become very accustomed to sleeping in a tent, living out of my backpack, finding a good bush for a toilet stop, washing when only absolutely necessary, cooking for 21 people, waving at everyone we pass in our big blue truck, the 40 degree heat (well almost accustomed), bartering in the market for our fruit and veg…….maybe I’m leaving behind ...

West African Dakari - On the rocks with a twist

A travel blog entry by joseph.heskin


Bonsoir madames et monsieurs, bienvenue au Dakar! As usual I've a lot to cover so prepare for bullet point telegram style writing. It began with us sitting on the beach at 7am on Friday morning waiting for our boat to cross the River Gambia but this is Africa, so 7 slowly dragged out until 9:30 before we left Banjul. Arrived at the border; got passports stamped, refused to pay bribe, told to beware of Senegalese as "they're a bunch of thieves" and then hopped onto a horse and ...

Into the Unknown

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo


... way...

More in the next blog. Internet connections have been non-existent, as they warned, but I'm having fun and all is well. Lots more water and beaches on this trip, which makes me happy!! Also lots more cockroaches, spiders, ants, bathroom facilities and light fixtures that don't work - but no snakes (that I've personally seen) or other poisonous things yet. I'll tell you about the jellyfish later...!!


It began in Africa!

A travel blog entry by trig


... 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.

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