Savana Jardin-Hotel Dakar

Address: Pointe Bernard-Petite Corniche, Dakar, 6096, Senegal | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Pointe Bernard-Petite Corniche, Dakar.
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      Travel Blogs from Dakar

      Dude, Where's My Mosquito Net?

      A travel blog entry by liz_singanong on Jun 24, 2014

      1 photo

      ... of my guy friends tell me they're going to pee in my bathroom, let alone a stranger.

      O no, I just told one of the granddaughters girls are perfectly capable of doing everything boys are. Let's hope my French was bad enough so whatever I said didn't even make sense. They're going to deport me. You'd think after an entire day of cultural orientation I'd take a hint. I should just be mute for the rest of the trip.

      Wish me ...

      The end of one adventure

      A travel blog entry by rblanchette on Jun 02, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... 8220;tips” with you. These are things that I have noted over the past thirty six days. Here they are:

      1. Be conscious of the environment

      2. Stress less

      3. Volunteer

      4. Find the good in every situation

      5. Believe you can make a difference

      6. Understand why fate has put certain people in your life, and then understand why fate sometimes takes these people out ...

      A colourful and interesting visit to Dakar

      A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Feb 11, 2014

      17 photos

      ... he was walking and not riding a bicycle.Our first stop was at the Presidents Palace, surrounded by beautiful gardens and with one solitary guard outside the large metal gates, standing proud in his red uniform and like at home, happy to have his photograph taken with you but of course without the hint of a smile.Our guide was a little difficult to understand with his accent but he gave lots of interesting information throughout ...

      Tabaski in Senegal

      A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Oct 30, 2013

      59 photos

      ... who live in Dakar and they did not have water for two weeks. Itīs hard for me to even wrap my head around that. Most of the people that live there rely on tap water for drinking. This was definitely a life and death situation for a lot of people in the city. They turned the water back on two days before I arrived. I had heard rumors that around the time I was leaving Senegal they were going to shut the water off again this time for up to 3 months. I ...

      Bienvenue au Dakar!

      A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Sep 16, 2012

      10 photos

      ... sleeping on somebody’s roof on a mattress, his clothes line strung up next to him.

      On Saturday we were told by Mr T that he would pick us up at 9am. He arrived at 9.50 – many of you will agree the Senegalese timing suits me! ;) We went to his house where there seem to be loads of women and children sitting around, cooking, watching television (dubbed National Geographic or dubbed Bollywood drama with the worst acting and 10 minute long fight ...