Hotel Les Amaryllis
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... of pineapple! Thanks buddy! (He must be looking for a wife, well he better keep looking). I should have known things were going too smoothly because around 10:30pm I hear a pop and the bus starts filling up with smoke smelling like rubber. Flat tire. Dumb. Since I was just talking to Alexx earlier in the night about the adventures of transportation and how I actually find them rather exciting I figured this was just another adventure so it did not get me too down. I ...
... to Saint Louis for the ‘English Teachers of Senegal’ conference, a trip to Dakar for the British Embassy’s Carol Service (where Amee is accompanying!) and a wedding. We are then making the most of our Christmas holidays by spending some time in the Gambia with all the Senegal vols and then celebrating New Year at the Abene percussion festival with Amee’s sister. Am I excited? YES!! Bring it on!
That’s all for now, lessons to plan! Over & out ...
... 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 ...
... of questions that prompt conversation-like answers). I am able to greet people, ask and answer questions, talk about my work here in Sengal, and my life in the United States. This may sound minute but is a victory in my book. While I am on the topic of greetings, its very interesting how people greet each other here on a regular basis, its a long process to say the least. When you see someone on the street you usually say a short greeting consisting of "On ...