Hotel Les Amaryllis
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... CEM students. Arriving at the school on time (so leaving two hours later), I couldn’t believe my eyes as hayuuuuge vats of rice, chicken and sauce were loaded onto the bus. In quick succession were the large sharing plates and bags of water. We spent a lovely day on the island followed by a trip to the Monument (see previous blog entry for review), full of rice and chicken of course!
Other sorties were more chilled out, taking place at the local ...
... here, which makes sense because I kind of am unqualified since I have never actually run a business or taken classes in waste management. I guess this is as much of a learning experience for me as it is for my work partners.
March is going to be a busy month so hopefully I will have a lot more to report. Take care everyone and remember a wise man once said, “life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what your gonna’ get.”
... cheaper than a taxi! The girl collecting money had one office job and a half sat in her little metal cage! I thoroughly enjoyed some proper pizza at ‘Sao Brasil’ restaurant and (eek!) Ben & Jerry’s Cookie Dough ice cream. The exposition itself was held at the ‘International School of Dakar’, where there was a pool and large sports field – a far cry from the deteriorating classrooms of the CEM Lamine Senghor! However we were ...
... to underdeveloped countries and just dump money thinking they are helping solve a problem of lack of money when in reality one of the main problems besides money is a lack of knowledge and dumping money does not create sustainability for these countries to be able to survive once the rich people go back home. I am torn on all the small details right now that can either make or break our business and after consulting with some volunteers who are working with similar projects I think I ...
... 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 ...