Hotel la Brazzerade

Address: Dakar-Yoff, Dakar, BP 8168, Senegal | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Dakar-Yoff, Dakar, is near Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary.
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      Travel Blogs from Dakar

      We are leaving Dakar

      A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Dec 10, 2014

      8 comments, 48 photos

      ... trying to escape the fire, a lot of the birds didn’t make it either, they got hit by cars and trucks

      Terry, one of the blokes has been stricken down with some kind of bug, just sleeping all the time at the moment, mind you, some of the rubbish he has been eating I can understand why

      It can’t be the hygiene on the truck, everyone is forever washing their hands

      We have seen quite a few trucks that have tipped over, had axles broken, ...

      I saved Randy Jackson's life last night

      A travel blog entry by liz_singanong on Jun 29, 2014

      1 photo

      ... streets, the stronger you portray yourself.

      3. Senegal is mostly Muslim, but the few other religions there are (Christians, Catholics, etc.) are centralized in Dakar.

      4. The other host student here has saved my life because I literally would not have been able to leave the house on the first day without him. Long story, I'll tell it if you ask.

      5. Communal bowls aren't as awful as the concept sounds.

      6. Bargaining is a ...

      Senegal and the Slave Trade

      A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 26, 2014

      9 photos

      ... is Betty, you buy something from Betty”. I explained to Betty that I didn’t want another sarong as I already had one, and I didn’t want to buy any beaded jewellery as I make it myself. She carried on asking me and tugging on my arm, but I kept firmly saying “No thank you”.

      As we walked around the island and looked at the baobab trees and other things of interest, Betty just latched onto me and kept following me around. ...

      Spanners are not Cest Bon!!

      A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Dec 12, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... time hassling us to buy something or would follow us around and then ask us for payment for 'helping' us.
      We enjoyed the short ferry journey over. The island is currently inhabited so we had the same pestering by the locals which was infuriating. We hired a guide who showed us around the island and the main points of interest including a huge naval cannon that was used in the world wars. Some of ...

      Goodbye Morocco / Hello Senegal

      A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Dec 02, 2012

      ... was the usual wall of people waiting for arrivals as I exited the building, the only difference was everyone was yelling at me in French. I followed the walkway lined with people, hoping I didn't look as lost as I felt, when I found Kevin. I couldn’t quite tackle him through the barrier, but that doesn’t stop me from trying. It hit me at that moment that I was really there. It all started when I noticed this random guy wearing a shirt that said “Senegal” in a ...