Mansea Beach Hotel
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... off to the bright lights of Senegambia. This is a popular tourist destination in The Gambia, close to the Senegalese border and it was a bit of a shock to the system. Having become used to the sleepy world of Banjul, with it's relaxed pace of life, tiny population and distinct lack of other tourists (they arrive on big air conditioned buses and jump off, take a few snaps and jump back on and disapear) we had forgotten the other side to ...
... under the sun. Fewer visitors venture to the interior to the "faux" historic sites. Apparently, the buildings that claim to be historic sites where slave trade took place were constructed well after the practice was abolished.
The capital city, Banjul is on a small peninsula near the wide mouth of the river and one of the sleepiest we have ever been to (Vientiane would take some beating for its sleepiness). The main thoroughfare is between the July 22 ...
... 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 ...
... to my wiriting - it takes too long to download or get onto the university server from here and so I have just made big bold notes in my work to remind myself of the specifc literature I need to use - I am hoping that my supervisory team understand that - I am sure they will - but it just means that I need to work extra hard and put even more effort it when I am back in the UK.
I think a big reason for my new found buzz of work is due to world cup ...
... Snap! Snap! Snap! And more bloody snaps! The lens came even closer as he got even more shots in. Finally satisfied, he retreated back to his side of the coach, a massive grin etched upon his face.
As the safari continued, people grew restless. “I've had enough now,” said Angela, and I had to agree. For about an hour we'd been pummeled along dusty tracks and had seen hardly anything. Fair enough, the rhinos had been great, but after the tenth antelope, it ...