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

      My Gambian Experience

      A travel blog entry by abu.bashir on Jan 31, 2013

      34 photos

      ... in local restaurants are very high by African standards. I normally don't eat salads or drink tap water in non-western countries, but I break this rule in the Gambia without any bacterial infection.

      Kadie Kadie Restaurant

      Run by an indefatigable and lovely Sierra Leonean lady, this restaurant would rank amongst the best for quality of food, diversity of menu and customer service. Amongst their best dishes are 'Plassas & rice', 'Benechin' and roast chicken with chips. ...

      Lamin Lodge and Rice Fields

      A travel blog entry by howiegt on Feb 08, 2011

      5 photos

      ... nonetheless.

      New species seen at Lamin:
      Purple Heron, Long-Crested Eagle, Black-Shouldered Kite, Eurasian Marsh Harrier, Fine Spotted Woodpecker, Pied-Winged Swallow, Yellow Throated Leaflove, White-Crowned Robin Chat, Pygmy Sunbird, Ringed Plover

      At Sea between The Gambia and Ghana

      A travel blog entry by gypsying on Nov 28, 2010


      ... middle of her course to try to take some food and provisions to her family in Sierra Leone during the fighting. She was captured by the rebels and held captive in the bush for some days. Although they did not mistreat her, the rebels took all her belongings – even her earrings – and she had to become involved in their lives. She worked hard to gain their trust by being dutiful, and then, whist collecting water from the well, she and ...

      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 ...

      The Smiling Coast

      A travel blog entry by monk-san on May 08, 2009

      15 photos

      ... 20m of ground to the coach. Of course people in poor countries need income, but please can it be for doing something useful and not for hassling me over something I'm perfectly capable of doing myself. (Deep breath). Hassly ariport staff aside, the people that we met in The Gambia were friendly, welcoming and had ready smiles. The population is primarily muslim, but with a ...