Kololi Beach Club
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... but dry mud blocks. Apart from rain ingress over time, termites can cause havoc should they choose to move in, tunnelling their way around the house.
It’s now the end of week two and Barry’s wall building task is complete and he flies home to Plymouth today. A new member, Adele, will be joining us. She works as a music teacher and will be here for 2 weeks. Still no opportunity to upload photos – its looking more like I will have to post them when I’m back in the ...
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The bonus to being in this area is that we were able to travel with Kouta Trekking Adventure Company to a remote village in the region to meet the villagers and take in an extensive 9 hour hike. ...
... have travelled West Africa over the last few years including driving from London to Banjul and London to Accra! (Jealously doesnn't even begin to describe!!) So we delved deep into their knowledge of the area and we've been living the high life ever since, including amazing breakfasts at a really cheap bakery.
We spent most of the day at the beach in Bakau sunning ourselves OR hiding under the shade of palm trees (everyone except Biscoe) and swimming in the ...
... 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 ...
... off main street, so don’t get bumstered! You get to see local life and are greeted by people not expecting anything in return, very pleasant. We were not allowed in mosque as not muslim, but they seemed very apologetic!
We went to international football match Gambia v Algeria which was quite an experience, although result (1-2) was a shame. Took green taxi from Bakau for 50D, and tickets for 100D – we would recommened these over the 50D tickets ...