Kairaba Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... and the blood and meds go off. This also means we had to work in the dark sometimes including nearly catheterising by the torch on my phone (no one has thought keeping torches there would be a good idea) -you can choose one of 7 diagnoses for the patient we've discovered. If they're an adult and they're unconscious it's a stroke, if they have a fever or a seizure it's encephalitis, if they have shortness of breath it's congestive cardiac failure If you're a baby you have birth ...
... edge. After each round M would pore over the guide to ensure correct identification.
We went to the Tanji Bird Reserve for a few hours, walked along an existing trail through the park and made a few trails of our own. It yielded several shore birds, including Caspian Terns, Great White Heron, Curlew, Ruddy Turnstone. We had a great view of a Grey ...
... 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. ...
... grateful I am – I am not grateful for my USB infected with virus’s and have spent the last few days running scans and trying to clean up documents. Unfortunately, some of the data and documents I received from the agencies have had to be deleted and so it looks as though I will be taking yet another pleasant trip into Banjul.
I was highly disappointed with the Ministry of Forestry who had no information or data they could share with me. ...
... We declined the offer and moved away.
On the return journey through Bakau residential quarter, we were again accosted by bumsters. They really were becoming a major annoyance, a constant scourge on the open streets. You couldn't go anywhere without being hassled, but this particular individual was more aggressive than most. “Why you ignore me, man? I only try to be nice! You should speak to local people.”
Angela retorted that we had spoken to ...