Resid Hotel Diamarek

Address: Saint-Louis, Senegal | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Saint-Louis, is near Parc National aux Oiseaux Djoudj.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint-Louis

    The Flood

    A travel blog entry by meltin4 on Sep 21, 2015

    4 photos

    ... out of Dakar. But then the rains came. And then they came some more, and some more, and some more. They started just coming down outside of the bus, but soon enough the poor old bus couldn't keep them at bay any longer and it began raining both inside as well as out. On the road the water started to get deeper and deeper, until really we were just driving along a river. The water level just kept rising. Eventually, when ...

    Day 18: from Nouakchott to Saint-Louis

    A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 24, 2015

    5 photos

    ... side was done quite quickly. On the Senegal side it took a bit longer since officials at the border were asking more money than what was indicated in the roadbook.

    Eventually we were on our way at we entered Senegal...and what a great first impression this country made. After days in the desert we were very happy to see water, a green landscape, fields where various crops were grown...there's just life everywhere. We also noticed a ...

    4 December St Louis Senegal

    A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Dec 05, 2014

    10 comments, 56 photos

    ... selling and buying, they just seem to spread everything on the ground and that is their pitch, onions seem a big thing here, there was sacks of them everywhere and piled high on the donkey carts

    It really is just another teeming African city, full of noise and bustle, people going somewhere, baskets, boxes on their heads and I never understood a word of anything, it’s all French

    We stopped for lunch, the girl in ...

    Week 2

    A travel blog entry by rblanchette on May 12, 2014

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... I mean it. I’m pretty sure they don’t even know what stress is. If you experienced what I’ve come to call “African time,” you would understand! What I mean by this is that African time is usually in the range of 15 to 60 minutes late. For example, “lunch will be at 2PM” means that lunch will be anywhere from 215PM to 3PM! So, if I’m late for anything when I get back to Canada, you’ll understand why. Saturday was super chill. ...

    A Severe Case of Crabs

    A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Dec 10, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... just everywhere you looked. It was very sad to see in such a beautiful country.

    We drove around the city and into the country and arrived at Zebra Bar campsite. Our main excitement was that it had a bar, yes a real bar, with real beer. After being in a dry country our first stop was to get ourselves an ice cold beer and then explore camp. It was beautiful, it was perched on the edge of a ...