La Teranga Hotel & Villas
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... family, the priest, the teachers. They ate from the communal bowl and we ate the chicks that I’d raised for their coming. They spoke Wolof, took a sept-place, plucked chickens, braved the beautiful beach with Wone children in tow, Luke and Mum even got boubous! On Easter Sunday we went to a beautiful service at church before scooting off to the Lompoul Desert (a tranquil night spent in a Mauritanian tent in the middle of nowhere) and Saint Louis, my favourite ...
... danced around!
Amee and I decided to make the most of our free time and travelled up to Dakar – with a detour via Mbour to pick up the completed sparkly monstrosities that were our Tabaski boubous! Everybody was trying to travel to Dakar from Mbour so getting transport was like an undercover operation. ‘Quick, come quietly!’ We followed the man and struggled with the other 20 people to get our bags into the car and reserve a seat. Successful, we made ...
... and actions you have done that day are all in peace. Besides greetings, my family gets a kick out of my sentences because they make me sound like a three year old, like when I say I am going to the bathroom, or I am washing my cloths, but they understand which is key. Also, I think that my French is improving, which is so exciting! I cant wait for the day that I am able to understand what everyone is saying on tv!!
This next week is going to busy! It ...
... 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 ...