Le Cap Ocean
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... was spent exploring the area. Did you know that oysters grow on mangrove stems? Oyster farming is a huge industry in the areas we have visited so far.
Days 4 & 5 took us into The Gambia and exploration of another mangrove area in Kiang West National Park with even more species of birds - tons of various kinds of herons, and a finfoot duck, which is apparently quite rare. Our guide was very excited and took even more photos of the duck than we did! Lots ...
... Gambia and discovered Lemonfish, an art gallery that doubles as a little hotel, run by Hannie, a rather eccentric but wonderfully friendly Dutch lady. This was the oasis we'd been looking for, and after a much needed shower we spread ourselves across the countless chairs and sofas and tumbled into our books for the next two days only broken by beach walking and food. Kev and Anna decided to explore the town, and while sauntering alobg the only street ...
Dutch Oven Book – Beginner’s Guide to Dutch Oven Cooking, by Marla Rawlings, Hobble Creek Press 2012 - has important information about how to prepare your oven, cook with it and groom it.
Foot Cleaner – I just lick my paws clean of sand when I get in to bed but my master and mistress find this rather hard to do in their roof tent. My master filled a bottle with water and put a very small ...
... of the road to avoid them, sporadic tarmacked stretches of road turn in to corrugated tracks. We found the pistes more consistent and safer to drive along and also handy if you want to avoid police checks.
All prices for two people , Landy and roof tent for one night.
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... the agressors, he'd written words like "imperialists", "bourgesie mercenaries", "perfected weaponry", "PORTUGUESE ROBOT". He compared their motives to those of apartheid. He said, France had understimated the unity of Guinea.
Wow. Nfally was a true African revolutionary!
Discussing modern politics, Nfally informed me that Africa had lost faith in Barrack Obama. The U.S. had intervened in Libya. Africa ...