Savana Jardin-Hotel Dakar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to cover his cost of buying it,
It may have been a bit tough, but it was excellent (even a scabby cow would have been good, after so long with a decent bit of meat) even though I had bought my own chicken/fish at times (others have had the same opportunity, but if they don’t take it when it’s there, it’s not my problem), they all seem to go for biscuits and crisps
12 December Mali
It was up at the usual time, fire started and ...
... br> 22. The rest of the world LOVES (like, really really loves) soccer, even if their team isn't playing.
23. They eat a lot of bread here. I've legitimately had bread everyday. They eat bread for breakfast and then they'll cut it up for lunch and dinner.
24. Senegalese religions come second. It is more important to be a part of the entire Senegalese community first. (Kinda like a "love thy neighbor" kinda deal.)
... he explained we could write them out and he would then post them once he was back ashore. There was a box there where people could deposit their stamped cards. So we bought a couple of cards, wrote them out, stamped and posted them then went back to our cabin for a post-luncheon nap.
Afterwards it was just the usual; sitting around enjoying a couple of drinks, wandering around the ship, socialising and swapping stories with other passengers.
... It turns out they were in a final of something, just a shame we couldn't have gone to watch.
Back in town we feasted on pizza, overdosing on cheese and ended the evening celebrating Fu's birthday was a big cake. No one is really sure if it's her birthday or not as she is Chinese and works off a different calendar but we didn't need an excuse to celebrate!
... even here, to you, but even though I know logically that my ridiculous force-fed representations of Africa kindly provided by the US media are nowhere close to accurate, all I have to run off of are some random stories from Kevin, and the stereotypical image of “struggling poor African”. I just want to be there already so I can start forming my own concept of what it’s really like there.
We arrived in the middle of the night – 2 am. When I stepped ...