Radisson Blu Hotel, Dakar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... pretty sure she's her granddaughter) and the kid helping her on a laptop. With a dabble of miss communication and misconstrued perceptions of 1. just how vastly different Africa ACTUALLY is and 2. living in America, I had assumed that James was from Senegal and learning English. "Perfect!", I thought to myself. "Here's a kid trying to learn English and here I am trying to learn French!" So I take this as the perfect opportunity to tell him in my broken, ...
... in fact when we took a peek at the Marquee Deck where the pool and open-air bar is, not a soul was about and the bar was closed. A pity.
The afternoon passed by in its lazy, pleasant way then it was time to go to dinner. Once we’d finished, we wasted no time in going along to the Neptune Lounge as tonight the Cruise Director, Andy Mills-Brown was doing a sort of “Piers Morgan Life Stories” show, starring the Master ...
... Dakar in the early hours of a Sunday morning, we'd been told that the visa process could take anywhere up to 3 hours to process, with a bribe involved, thankfully however our arrival was very non-eventful and we found ourselves through customs and in a taxi to our hotel within 30 minutes - no bribes paid. Whilst waiting for our tour to start we explored Dakar and the outer island of Goree with some of the group that arrived early.
Dakar really is a charming ...
... rocks at a tower of rocks and try to knock down the rocks) Sunday Into central Dakar for a visit and to get our bearings. Wandered around the leafy streets which though not architecturally comparable do have a very Parisian feel to them, and discovered Eric Kayer a coffee shop from heaven in which Anna finally found the good coffee she's been searching for and Lauren satisfied her chocolate daily allowance. Dakar centre was all closed so with a heavy heart it was back to ...
... should've named me "Titan". Or "Rich".) But, if I paid $30 to take the ferry, I doubted I could make it to my destination of Guinea-Bissau and back to Dakar to catch a flight.
A round woman sold tickets. In her sky-blue-and-pink dress and bandana, and matching pink lipstick, she was a cute round woman. She wasn't cute enough to sell me a ticket for 10,500 Francs, though. I asked to speak to her boss. ...