Hotel Les Amaryllis
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Photos of Hotel Les Amaryllis
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Les Amaryllis Mbour
Travel Blogs from Mbour
... the older Lycee students and the latest with the Lycee staff. It has been so nice to relax with all these great people, though quite emotional at times!
The fourth sortie was definitely the best. Organised by my German class, the students informed me they wanted to go on a trip to ‘me faire plaisir’ (closest translation, to make me happy). With no help from teachers, they planned everything themselves: transport, food, payment. They printed ...
... ever getting a flat tire, in any sort of vehicle in the states, so I also thought it would be kind of fun to see how exactly changing one of these things worked (such a girl). My dad made it sound a lot easier than what I had witnessed but then again my Corolla was a little smaller than a bus and I am pretty sure it was also about 15 years newer; I can only assume technology also advanced in that time and made changing a tire more streamline than simply banging metal parts ...
... to the Sea Plaza in Dakar, a beautifully Western shopping centre where we enjoyed a huge burger and can of fanta! From there we travelled to a posh hotel for a Rotary Club meeting. The Rotary Club of Sutton in Ashfield kindly sponsored me and I gave a presentation there before leaving, whereupon they connected me with a Rotary Club in Dakar. We presented ourselves, donning Project Trust t-shirts and then enjoyed a presentation in beautifully French French about how to write ...
... at spotting an old toubab nun!
Fadiouth Island – As previously mentioned, this island is just off the coast of Joal and is where a majority of the Christians reside. You could tell, due to the pigs munching their way around the shoreline. However, our trip to Fadiouth was slightly delayed… a convoy of important people were coming to Joal to 'survey’ the floods. All they did was form a crowd of people blocking the road, shouting above ...
... to distract me as the stabbing takes place), safety and security sessions, language classes, and party (consisting of volunteers, Peace Corps Staff, and one member of each of our host families during CBT). Following this week of festivities we will have about three more days with our host family then we are off to the US Embassy in Dakar to swear in and then VELINGARA HERE I COME!! Time has flown by here and I can't wait to actually start my service and be a volunteer! ...