Mansea Beach Hotel

Address: Off Bretil Harding Highway, Serekunda, 4068, Gambia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Off Bretil Harding Highway, Serekunda, is near IFAN Museum (African Arts Museum), Sandaga, Pink Lake (Retba), and Parc National du Delta du Saloum.
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        Travel Blogs from Serekunda

        Day 4 Kombo walk

        A travel blog entry by mclark65 on Apr 16, 2013

        2 photos

        Woke early and made breakfast again, omelet and rolls again.. Walked all the way along the beach to Kombo Beach hotel, had a fruit juice and walked all the way back again, had lunch of cheese burger and chips in club 1 and spent a few hours on the ...

        Dashing through the sand...

        A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Jan 24, 2013

        16 photos

        ... hour on the back of a Jakarta, a crammed ‘car rapide’ (minibus), several sept-places, taxis and a ferry. Tiring, but SO worth it. I’m coming to learn that nothing happens fast in Senegal, Aesop’s old tale gets me through the day: ‘slow and steady wins the race’.

        The rentree was much easier than expected and more than I ever thought possible, I love Joal. This small fishing town where the people are so welcoming, the fish ...

        Stressful departure from Gambia

        A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Oct 23, 2010

        1 comment, 15 photos

        ... has just left meaning we have to wait for a good while to it to return. (it takes 45mins to cross).

        While waiting the trouble begins. Just as we arrive and sit down to wait, some very smartly dressed young guys approach us sporting expensive looking watches, Jewellery and a customs officials ID card. Ive seen this dodgy situation before and instantly know what is going on. They’re corrupt officials ...

        Time May Change Me, But I Can't Trace Time....

        A travel blog entry by charlie_ray on Sep 17, 2010

        6 photos

        ... an alternative service for the communities just highlights what can be achieved in these communities and the types of profit that can be made from an alternative livelihood. As far as I am aware there are fewer refugees in this particular area so I assuming the pressure of local resources would be less compared with other districts within the region. However it made me wonder whether refugees really do have equal access to resources like their host counterparts do.


        Banjul, Gambia - Welcome to West Africa

        A travel blog entry by cessna152 on Apr 06, 2010

        18 photos

        ... were paying us no heed. None pointed or stared, even though we seemed to be the only white faces in the heart of their residential area. Children skipped past without a second glance and women collected water from wells using hand pumps. We carried on, traversing a narrow alley with chickens pecking in the dust. A few moments later we came to another crossroad and turned right. We hurried along, and luckily found ourselves back on the main road, safe and sound. “Let's leave ...