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... br> I can sit here and aimlessly brag all day but I won't. Most importantly, I focused so much on taking advantage of my time left that I lost track of my week... and it was GREAT. It was one of the fastest weeks. Honestly, I wish I had had this mentality throughout. Not to say that I didn't have a great time but I know the weeks felt longer because I kept looking at our schedule and counting down the days.
However, I ...
... I would recommend it to absolutely everyone. I don’t know if I enjoyed it so much because the story and events were intriguing and capturing, or if it’s because it really makes you think about life, fate, destiny, and faith which seem to have been a theme in this trip so far. Anyways, I’m going to leave you with a passage of the book that I want to share, because I thought it was pretty deep, and words that I myself try to live by:
Each day in ...
... is hilarious for us, Tom is petrified of horses)!
The apartment is quite close to the sea, which is a beautiful view. On the other side is the brawling city of Dakar. There are 19 'communes’, so we are more in a suburb than the centre. Everything here is sandy with a worn-out feel. The apartment blocks around us are white or cream and quite close together. Lots of electric wires and clothes lines full of brightly coloured garments. There is a sense of pride ...
... take it anymore.
So we went for it and took off in taxi #2, right past taxi #1 and we thought we were finally safe. Someone must have seen us bolt out of there and ratted us out. Taxi driver #1 and his 3-4 mechanics and followers from the crowd chased us down about 100-200 feet away. Suddenly, a mob of 6-8 guys were yelling and bashing on taxi 2, more locals surrounded the car, and we were forced to stop. The windows were ...
... is important to break your fast however – we were the only people waiting and we only needed a simple stamp and it was more of a case of customs being awkward than genuinely breaking fast – and to make matters worse he was a bloody arsenal fan – oh come on really?!?! Still doesn’t put them in good light!! Once we got over the tedious task of gaining a simple stamp we then needed to head to the ferry for 8pm (it was already 7:45) and it was the biggest rush ...