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Is exactly how I asked my host mom where my mosquito net is. (Kidding. Well, kind of since I still don't have a net.)
We got our host families! My house is GORGEOUS! In Senegal, they often have large families in one house since it is an extremely communal lifestyle. I'll try to take some pictures once I stop sweating like a football player at the beach in July. I'm not entirely sure who is who in the house but there are definitely ...
... we did some research to be able to help out these beneficiaries. After work, we all met up for some drinks and socializing. I’m just going to put it out there that we played pool. Boys vs girls. And the girls won.
It was a national holiday in Sénégal Thursday – Ascension. So, Ryu, Eddy, Alex, Roxanne, Marie, and I headed to the beach for some fun in the waves and ...
... to. I wonder how long they have been used here, and their connection to Arabia and Ethiopia.
The beach was prime, much like Venice Beach, but with fewer public works and more trash. Everyone is working out - jogging, training, playing soccer, basketball. It is a nice vibe, and very windy in the dry season. The sand is very fine. Apparently the rip tide is strong. We just got our feet wet. Khaki sand and jade green water. ...
... at. That movie was made back in the 60's and apparently the hotel had not changed at all. A couple of us went over one day and pretended to be interested in getting a room just to see the inside of it. It was pretty obvious that we had no intentions of actually staying there but they took us around and showed us the hotel anyway. The hotel still looked like it did from the movie and it was a very cool experience to check it out.
The island of ...
... Zoe and Lena, the volunteers going to Ziguinchor are staying with the Dakar volunteers, Ellie and Emily, for 3 weeks before making the journey down south. We stay here until Monday, when we travel down to Joal after meeting with the British Ambassador at the Embassy.
The roads here are very sandy and uneven; it’s weird to see road signs on something that would be classed as a dirt track in the UK. Many cars wouldn’t be classed as road worthy either; one ...