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Seeing a UN aircraft 'crashed' off the main runway an the airport when I arrived did not inspire confidence. I was also not met at Immigration as expected. However, a visa was issued based on papers I had. Through customs, and a change of 20 pounds to receive a handful of well-used strange looking notes in exchange. I fought past the offers of …
... planned out – internet, washing, pedicure, supermarket, food and beach – in that order.
So after getting another couple of visas we’ll head off for Guinea, Guinea Bissau, The Gambia and finally Senegal. The internet has proven pretty tricky up until now, hence all my updates at once, I wouldn’t imagine it’ll improve much but I’ll keep you updated as often as I ...
... way and each cook group had to make a different dish for the dinner. Our feast was made up of Pork, crackling, stuffing, christmas cabbage, gravy, garlic bread, bruschetta, tempura vegetables, roast potatoes, couscous salad, ginger and carrot salad followed by brownies, chocolate balls, apple crumble and christmas pudding. Not bad for a truck dinner!! After that most of us were shattered so ended up having an early night.
... I sadly realised that if roles were reversed, an African tourist to South Africa would probably never be welcomed as warmly as I have been throughout my African travels. A lesson in humanity indeed.
The best day was the hot lobster lunch with frozen Star beer on the beach at a place on the way to Sulima. The bill was a coupla dollars if i remember right.
... were lined up in row and had a song prepared for us. Pastor Daniel gave a short sermon then we handed out candy. We then went to a second school and handed out toys supplies and candy. Word had defiantly gotten out that Americans were around because the back of the Boda had a line of people needing supplies and food. With in minutes everything had been distributed. The second school they placed us on this large concrete stage. All the kids were below ...
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