Ngala Lodge

Address: 64 Atlantic Boulevard, Fajara, Gambia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 64 Atlantic Boulevard, Fajara, is near IFAN Museum (African Arts Museum), Sandaga, Pink Lake (Retba), and Parc National du Delta du Saloum.
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    A travel blog entry by joseph.heskin on Apr 21, 2013

    ... wiser locals and of course the children! I will genuinely miss the shouts of "toubab" and "blanco" as I walk through Leamington, and the curiosity that drove their adventures. I will miss the people, but most of all I'll miss the smiles. To walk to work in Africa is to be greeted and waved at by an entire street, to shake hands with more people in a 5 minute stroll than in a month in the UK ...

    Dashing through the sand...

    A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Jan 24, 2013

    16 photos

    ... Davidson Clan back home. Sending lots of love to you all! Upon returning to the hotel we were invited to join the hotelier’s family for Christmas dinner; I did have turkey on Christmas Day afterall!
    Amee and I then waved goodbye to our fellow English speakers and set off for Abene, a tiny village on the coast of the Casamance region (south of the Gambia). The Abene Festivalo is a percussion festival that takes place over Christmas and New Year, ...


    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Nov 07, 2010

    4 comments, 27 photos

    ... were again readily forthcoming. His mother fed us and countless handshakes were exchanged. Baba proudly demonstrated his tea-making skills.

    Tea-making in this part of the world is not an activity to be rushed. The whole process takes about half an hour, consisting of countless pouring from cup to cup and back again, boiling on the fire, more tea, more water, cupfuls ...

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

    A travel blog entry by charlie_ray on Sep 17, 2010

    6 photos

    ... Mam in the hope that everything gets finished in time! I don't particularly want to get a new RA as Mam is good at what she does and has been with me for the past 6months and knows exactly what I am looking for with my data collection – yes we have our moments but I still put it down to the difficulty of working in the development field in a 3rd world country!!! So I have decided to stick with what I know and hope for the best – remain positive and all that ...

    Ayo Gyptian tell dem fi gwan eviction :-)

    A travel blog entry by charlie_ray on Aug 30, 2010

    ... a flow diagram to highlight the separate male and female chains, the interaction of those chains and how the host community then fit into it! (if any of that makes sense!!!! - I think I know what I'm talking about). I also mentioned to Hazel that I wanted to travel to the coastal villages of Gunjur, Tanji and Kartong in order to interview a few Casamance economic migrants in order to gain a comparison for those living within the border villages - However as ...