Kololi Beach Club
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... sections to each page of the carnet
1. counterfoil (has two halves, entry and exit, and is the most important section for you)
2. importation voucher
3. exportation voucher
- Upon entry in to a country which your carnet is valid for (a list of these countries can be found on the yellow page at the back of the carnet), the ...
... took us to our front door when requested. This may not seem much to westerners not used to the attitudes of commercial drivers in Africa, but an astonishingly huge plus for veteran African travelers. To top it up for Gambian taxi drivers, we witnessed a driver going off the main road into the a dirt tracked side road to drop a disabled passenger and our driver actually pulled up by the kerb to take an incoming call on his mobile; you'll be hard pressed to find drivers in the west ...
Spent the morning topping up my freckles on the beach then L picked us up and took us to Banjul, the capital city.
There's propaganda for the President everywhere - banners on lampposts, huge billboards about the changes he's made and telling Gambians it's their national duty to vote for him. Banjul even has an area called 22 July Square after the date he was elected.
We wandered through Banjul market which ...
... to Akubo much cheaper! AKubo was ok, but if done Bijilo (monkeys) and Kachicaly (crocs), it is not so great. Guide at park was very knowledgeable though (100 D) and made the trip educational.
In summary this hotel is good for those wanting to spend time in hotel and have a semi-european style holiday. Not much local sightseeing, but plenty of bars and restuarants and beach good. There were far more kids here than the other places we ...
... a great opportunity for close video footage.
New species seen at Brufut:
African Green Pigeon, Klaas's Cuckoo, Scops Owl, Mottled Spinetail, African Pygmy Kingfisher, Greater Honeyguide, Greyheaded Bristlebill, Blackcap Babbler, Senegal Batis, African Paradise Flycatcher, Red-Bellied Paradise Flycatcher, Black-Necked Weaver, Lavender Waxbill ...