La Saint-Louisienne Langue de Barbarie

Address: Langue de Barbarie, Saint-Louis, BP 616 - 46024, Senegal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saint-Louis


A travel blog entry by rblanchette on May 23, 2014

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... highlight of the week was Thursday. We hosted a celebration to award five Talibé with a certificate of credibility. These five beneficiaries have paid off their loans completely and we are extremely proud of them. Yesterday was very emotional and life changing. Having many of the beneficiaries and the potential beneficiaries in the same room was very impactful. They had a discussion about respect. Respecting commitments you make with people, respecting others by conducting ...

I'm black - you are white --> give me a banana

A travel blog entry by lighttraveler86 on May 06, 2014

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... underneath a tree. we did the same. i jumped down from behind the steering wheel and walked over to his bike. nice, brand new BMW.

he put down his helmet (not his sunglasses) and walked over to Tortheus. as he passes by, he points to the roof of Tortheus and mumbled something, then he points at the cracked (but still perfectly fine - even for european standard) indicator glass, walks to the back and complains about the fire wood stacks and then walked back into the shade to ...

It's aready been one week!

A travel blog entry by rblanchette on May 05, 2014

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... gal, I have been here 8 full days, but 9 if you count last Sunday when I arrived and I do believe I have been asked if I wanted to get married probably 15 times. At least once or twice per day. It really makes you appreciate being at home and not being heckled ALL the time and touched all the time. For example, today at the market, everyone was touching my arms and tugging at me...

But I need to get to work, so we will see what the week ...

Leaving Mauritania

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Dec 09, 2013

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... we parked up in a National Park, which is famous as a place where the birds migrate to for the winter. A goat herder brought his goats over for a visit. We saw and heard lots of birds throughout the night and also heard a wild boar snoring and rustling the bushes alongside ...


A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 13, 2013

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... year, different species of birds use the little islands in the river to breed. Right now they were primarily taken up by White Pelicans, Grey-headed Gulls and Caspian Terns. We also spotted a few African Spoonbills, Cormorants, Reef Herons and various sandpiper species among others. There were several young ones in the mix and the adults were noisily guarding them. Our boat went around these islands for ...