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... much to look at
I won’t be sorry to leave Senegal, Dakar and the rubbish and pollution
It’s going to take us several days to get across Mali, it’s going to be camp sites, because it’s not safe to bush camp, too many bad guys out there, no idea what these are going to be like, but they won’t be the luxury ones we have been staying at I know (we have been spoilt at the last 2 I know)
I don’t think Mali is on ...
... shiny and rich and the biggest problem I face on a daily basis is trying to decide what I want from Starbucks. (Well, depending on the day, they aren't completely far from the truth.... Sometimes Netflix gets in the way.) These things just really made me stare our political system in the face for a little. Don't worry, I'll come back normal and patriotic as ever, promise.
End rant, cue me giving you permission to now laugh at my love life, or the lack there of. ...
... keep another human in chains. The slave trade is a shameful and disgusting history of man’s cruelty to man.
We were shown the long corridor down which the slaves were herded onto the waiting ships, after which it was “goodbye Africa” and off to the unknown. Large numbers of slaves were shipped to America, the Caribbean and Brazil, which explains the many cultures of these countries; most of the black people there can trace their ...
... explore in the local town and managed to find a lush ice cream shop!
On our arrival at camp the owners had decided to double their prices so we decided to pack up and head out to the 'pink lake'. The drive was a long and painful one, it was supposed to take about an hour but we were having problems with the truck breaking down due to blocked fuel filters so we spent a couple of hours trying to ...
... in French during our visit and though it was difficult to get all the details, just by walking through the dungeons with rough stone floors and mere slits for windows, gives you some idea of the suffering of the people it held. A doorway opens directly from the storeroom onto the sea and evokes deep emotions.
Today the island is a peaceful place. There are no sealed roads and no cars, just narrow alleyways, colonial brick buildings with ...