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... you a favour, invite you, make you feel welcome, offer you their friendship, sometimes long before they slowly try to get that thing out of you. that precious thing we call money. the variety of attempts dangle between overpriced things to complex stories with the final result that you are the only one which can help your friend out of the **** by giving some money or taking them with to europe.
i like to share my wealth with my surroundings but based on countless lies? so ...
... not fun when you’re not feeling so well in a foreign country. Ohhhh well!
So, let’s take off where we left last time! Labour Day – Dieynabou and I spent the afternoon at Hotel Oasis, which is in the area of Saint Louis that is considered the beach. Most of our time was spent at reading and tanning by the pool. If you know me, you’ll know that’s my idea of a perfect day! J We did go take a look down ...
There's a certain mystery in the anxiety, excitement, and wonder of traveling. For me this mystery translates into sitting at the airport waiting for your next flight wondering who the person sitting next to you on the plane will be. Everyone has his or her story, destination, and reason for travel. You sit there, looking at people, creating your version of their story in your head. Then, you can't help but imagine what they might be thinking about you! I had the pleasure of meeting ...
At the headland we seemed to have come across the edge of the village. We watched some young kids practice fishing with a net and then spoke to a young girl and practiced our French. The sun was getting hotter so we headed back to camp for a swim. I had spotted a windsurfer so asked the owners if we could use it and then spent the rest of the afternoon playing with it in the water. I ...
... senegals was another story, unfortunately die to the chaos we had to use a fixer with no doubt means bribes we paid, anyway £250 later after taxes, fees, insurance and anything and everything else we lee on the very crossing...it was fun and we were centre of attention! Time caught up and we got into Senegal at 7pm which meant a night ride to st Louis. Golden rule don't ride at night...you might just hit a goat! They say after the storm... We rode into ...