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... 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 ...
... to figure it all out. This is my excuse for not updating my blog, taking pictures, or staying in touch during these last weeks.
I continued to travel to Abene two to three times a week to sit in on clinic. Other then going to Abene, days were filled with the beach, and relishing every moment submerged in the salty sea. There were a few days of windy and cool weather right at the end, when we would dig in the sand fully ...
... THE VIRTUOUSNESS, THEIR PIETY OR PRESTIGE WAS. THE MOST UNJUST AND IGNORANT PEOPLE OF HUMAN REALITIES ARE THOSE WHO ACCUSED HIM ON FALSE GROUNDS, ALLEGING THAT HE WAS INTERESTED IN TEMPORAL POWER. I AM SURE THAT THE PROPHETS AND SAINTS WHO WAGED HOLY WAR DID IT WITHOUT HAVING HALF THE FORCES THAT HE HAS GOT.” - ANTOINE J. HENRY LASSELVES, 1919
Thus Serin Touba founded the Holy City of Touba and the Mouride Brotherhood ...
... house with electric, well, and pump, walking distance to beach, on five acres half planted with orange trees - 15,000 euros.
Unlike the land, ocean, and trees, the quality of many goods, particularly hardware, etc. from China, is disappointing. There are toys in the U.S. made to a higher standard than some of the tools and things here. For example, rebar only comes in small gauges. Keys and locks are easy to break and ...
... town to get Annie and some lunch. There are two kinds of restaurants in Senegal. One kind is locally owned and operated and serves mostly locals for around 1000 CFA per huge plate. The other kind is usually owned and operated by French people to serve tourists. You will pay at least 2500 CFA per plate, and the plate will not fill you up. The food will taste good either way, but know your budget and which proprietors you want to ...
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