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... both big and small business, a lot of people on the streets being busy with work and daily life, and a remarkable number of people who were running / training. We soon found out sports, and in particular football, is very big in Senegal and really an important part of life. It shows, since in general Senegalese people, both men and woman, all seem to be in very good, athletic shape.
After some driving we entered St. Louis, a busy ...
The cultural lesson of the week is that pedestrians in Saint-Louis do not have the right of way. It's not that I wasn’t being careful; I was being careful, but people are crazy! And people behind the wheel are crazier. Now I know that people everywhere are crazy. Even in Canada!
Monday, I met up with Habib to go see his tailor. On the walk there, I felt like people were going to run me over. Constantly. And I was on the sidewalk! Then, trying to cross the street was ...
... you a favour, invite you, make you feel welcome, offer you their friendship, sometimes long before they slowly try to get that thing out of you. that precious thing we call money. the variety of attempts dangle between overpriced things to complex stories with the final result that you are the only one which can help your friend out of the **** by giving some money or taking them with to europe.
i like to share my wealth with my surroundings but based on countless lies? so ...
... office because I’m working on creating a Partnership Agreement document for future beneficiaries. Two of the beneficiaries from Friday are actually a partnership, so I thought it would be a good idea going forward if we had this type of document in place.
After work on Friday, we met up with more volunteers at Flamingo (it’s a Restaurant/Pool/Bar). Five or six volunteers arrived this week.
... happy to take coins. We then drove into the town of Saint Louis
where we got another police check. This one his reputation precedes
him and even though he asked for all sorts of things we were able to
comply completely and so he eventually he told us to go. We then
drove to a campsite called Zebrabar and parked for a couple of
nights. During this period we met the group of Overland travellers that we had already met in Marrakech.
We found that Mauritania is ...