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 5 The Funeral

      A travel blog entry by mclark65 on Apr 17, 2013

      Day 5 Had a touch of Banjul Belly, the thrupenny bits!.. Spent much of the day in bungalow. Apart from walking up for breakfast I didn't venture far, took some Imodium and watched bits of Thatchers funeral, did some hand washing. UK had invited me and Fatu to Dinner tonight and although Ill I didn't want to let him ...

      Dashing through the sand...

      A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Jan 24, 2013

      16 photos

      ... language he was going to greet me in and working my brain into gear to splurt out the correct response. Our fellow guests included some Belgians who made the most of the local sex tourism opportunities and a middle aged German man who wore hot pants and baseball cap. (I told you they were zany!) At the festival, we looked on as the musicians drummed, clapped, strung and sang until they dropped. They were accompanied by ‘ballet’s, dancers who shook ...

      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 ...

      Ayo Gyptian tell dem fi gwan eviction :-)

      A travel blog entry by charlie_ray on Aug 30, 2010

      ... activity 3. Male and female fuelwood activity As there are 3 surveys and 3 villages we have decided to conduct 1 survey in each village. I will conduct the petty trading survey in Bulok as that is the only village that has a structured market in place within the village and am still just trying to decide where to conduct the other 2. I think I will conduct the fuelwood survey in Upert as that is literally on the Casamance border and I am really hoping to ...

      Banjul, Gambia - Welcome to West Africa

      A travel blog entry by cessna152 on Apr 06, 2010

      18 photos

      ... any banknotes we'd received even in India or Cambodia. The fives and tens were the worst offenders, limp and pathetic, often held together with tape and human sweat. It was an ordeal merely touching them.

      The view from the top of Arch 22 was impressive, spanning much of the capital. The docks could easily be seen in the distance, and the King Fahad Mosque, the largest in Banjul, stood proud with its twin minarets. Gambia's capital was a small one (population of less that ...