Kairaba Beach Hotel

Address: PMB 390, Serekunda, Gambia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on PMB 390, Serekunda, is near IFAN Museum (African Arts Museum), Sandaga, Pink Lake (Retba), and Parc National du Delta du Saloum.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Serekunda

Day 8

A travel blog entry by mclark65 on Apr 20, 2013

Day 8 sat 20th Today I spent at the pool but really was too hot, so hot it melted my sunglasses! Enjoyed the local catch of the day for lunch, fresh lady fish... Gorgeous and delisheous doesn't compliment it enough. Met a guy Lee from Essex who was out woth ...

Dashing through the sand...

A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Jan 24, 2013

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... imported Cadbury chocolate and speaking Gambian Wolof, which is frankly, just a little weird: ‘Yangi nice? Yangi cool? Yangi alright?’ Amee and I even ventured to Serekunda market where we bought fish which I later made edible – perhaps one of my greatest moments so far! On Christmas Day we devoured bacon sandwiches, had Secret Santa (involving wine, a rasta hat and lots of Biskrem!) and chilled out on the beach where I got a lovely phone call from ...

The Smiling Coast

A travel blog entry by chrlttzmmrmn on Dec 11, 2011

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... bought bikes and wandered on the terrible roads outside the city. Along the way we ran into some other travelers who gave us directions to an art village. Curiosity peeked, we decided to check it out. Tijuring is exactly as it sounds- a village dedicated to art. There we met Etu, an artist who makes environmental paintings. These paintings reflect how people feel while surrounded by the lush nature of the village. ...

Time May Change Me, But I Can't Trace Time....

A travel blog entry by charlie_ray on Sep 17, 2010

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... of the mass cross border trade/war economy that is ongoing on the southern border...However, now I am not too sure – for example, why stop a Gelly Gelly full of people at Sibanor and check all the ID cards but let a lorry full of timber pass freely or even at 4am on the Senegambia highway, what is the need to stop vehicles after a night out and give them grief?? Who gives them authorisation or are they simply chancers trying to make a few extra Dalasis?

Charlie-Ray ...

Banjul, Gambia - Welcome to West Africa

A travel blog entry by cessna152 on Apr 06, 2010

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... when we asked about living in Gambia, as if to say, don't ask. When I told him we'd encountered bumsters on the short walk to his restaurant, he suddenly appeared interested. “What did they say to you? Did they mention my restaurant? Did they tell you to stay away?”

We told him that they hadn't mentioned his restaurant and the man seemed relieved but no less dispirited. When our food arrived he left us alone.

The next day we hired a taxi to take us ...