Sarges Hotel

Address: P. O. Box 2679 , Serekunda, Gambia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P. O. Box 2679 , Serekunda, is near IFAN Museum (African Arts Museum), Sandaga, Pink Lake (Retba), and Parc National du Delta du Saloum.
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      Travel Blogs from Serekunda

      My Gambian Experience

      A travel blog entry by abu.bashir on Jan 31, 2013

      34 photos

      ... on most busy street corners. One may describe it as their version of a Sausage & burger cart in the Uk, but I find Afra tastier and healthier. What made Mamadu's joint more appealing is his personality; a very polite and friendly young man who goes the extra mile to cater for his customers' needs.

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      An imposing structure overlooking the city of Banjul, the arch serves as a great viewing platform. It's a vantage point for a panoramic view of all corners of the ...

      Rice Fields and Nature Reserve

      A travel blog entry by howiegt on Feb 08, 2011

      8 photos

      ... Little Egret, Intermediate Egret, African Darter, Grey Kestrel, Greater Painted Snipe, Violet Turaco, Green Turaco, Buff Spotted Woodpecker, Little Greenbul, Great Reed Warbler, Yellow-Breasted Apalis, Common Wattle-Eye, White-Billed ...

      At Sea between The Gambia and Ghana

      A travel blog entry by gypsying on Nov 28, 2010


      ... name) that is much wealthier. The airport is in that direction and I think what happens is that most tourists stay along the beaches and might never really get into Banjul itself.

      Our next stop was an artist’s studio. His name is Njogu Touray. We liked, didn’t love his art but his themes were fascinating: one set of paintings is about what he calls “invisible women”, addressing how women in Gambian society are ...

      Stressful departure from Gambia

      A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Oct 23, 2010

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... to be let go but after a long back and forth we scrap together what we can and give some 115euros. The most difficult negotiation so far and the most demoralising experience of the trip.

      The ferry arrives and its already getting dark, the crossing seems to go on forever as we are in a bad mood. Back in Barra harbour we get another taxi to the border. Luckily no major bribes are asked. The border ...

      The Smiling Coast

      A travel blog entry by monk-san on May 08, 2009

      15 photos

      ... of affairs, but I wish that they could bottle it and sell it - they would be deservedly rich and the world would be noticably happier! In the end, our trip was far too short - just five days squeezed in between work commitments, but we were wonderfully relaxed in the chic boutique hotel, Ngala Lodge soaking up the rays, swimming in the cool pool, and strolling along the beautiful ...