La Teranga Hotel & Villas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I could sob! Particularly on the bus home as the kids started singing goodbye songs…
Another goodbye song that brought me close to tears was after I’d said goodbye to my year 7 English class. I told them I could remember our first lesson – teaching them the ABCD song, which they then gave a spontaneous rendition of.
I wish I could begin to tell you how privileged I feel to have had the opportunity to teach these fantastic ...
... with milk (tasted a bit like cereal!). After that I was dragged – literally! – by one of the neighbours outside. There, lots of the children from Caritas were… well, cross-dressed! The girls were dressed as Muslim men, complete with beard, boubou and hat! Some of the boys were wearing dresses, and all of the children were covered in white chalk. We went around singing, banging pots and dancing in the streets and in people’s houses (to gain rice ...
... of questions that prompt conversation-like answers). I am able to greet people, ask and answer questions, talk about my work here in Sengal, and my life in the United States. This may sound minute but is a victory in my book. While I am on the topic of greetings, its very interesting how people greet each other here on a regular basis, its a long process to say the least. When you see someone on the street you usually say a short greeting consisting of "On ...
... is over and although the reserve is not huge, I found it an amazing experience. It's time to go back.
At 13h15 we arrived at the hotel. It's time to have lunch. Our new friends will go out to have lunch outside the hotel so we will see each other again later on the beach.
The restaurant have already some guests having lunch and the daily dish is always a different kind of local fish. Again, our lunch ...
... that, it's time to go to the beach and enjoy that amazing ocean and sand. Like yesterday and the day before, the hotel staff is removing the algae from the sand and making small piles to bury them under the roots of the palm trees.
Oh, what a life! We could used to this peace and quiet, enjoying the sun and the warm waters of the Atlantic. And so the morning goes by, while we swim and dry out on the sun.
Maybe by ...