Hotel Le Royal Lodge
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Accommodation is expensive here, even though I've stayed in the cheapest I can find. All the same, when I read about a lovely sounding hotel on a beach, with horse riding and cycling and boat trips included in the price, I decided I'd treat myself for a couple of nights. There isn't much to report about my journey getting there. It only took two straight forward buses and one quickly fixed puncture. It was after being dropped off the bus in the middle of ...
... through one of their idols, singing, dancing and wearing rasta hats (although I do suspect some of the passion was induced by weed…)
The end of the school year meant the onset of FOSCO, the school festival to celebrate no more lessons. These were long affairs with prize-giving to the best students, lines of dancing girls wearing next to nothing (well, skirts to the knee…) and drama sketches. I have never been prouder than the day our English ...
A little known affair known as the West African International Softball Tournament, pretty random I agree. Teams from all over are invited to show off their softball skills, or lack there of, cough cough Peace Corps, during a weekend tourney in Dakar. Expats unite!
Peace Corps Senegal is split up according to the region that you live in while volunteers belonging to other countries that make the trip are represented by one team. For the sake of making ...
Dear Cruel Cruel World,
I am currently en route to Thies where all the volunteers of Senegal have a two day conference, referred to as All Vol (All Volunteers). The night bus is not exactly the preferred mode of transportation (also not exactly forbidden, yet) according to Peace Corps staff; they say that it is dangerous to drive at night and we are at risk of having drivers whom are over worked and may fall asleep at the wheel. But if you ask a volunteer who lives 10 ...
I am finally back at site after spending a week with the kids from the International School of Dakar (ISD) and Trevon and Alexx. I have to admit I was more than a little nervous to be surrounded by teenagers again, knowing what I know of American teenagers, but these kids were different, they were great. Having parents as Ambassadors, presidents of NGO’s, international teachers or other government workers, gives them a sense ...