Savana Saly Hotel

Address: Le Petite Cote, Mbour, La Petite Côte, Senegal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Le Petite Cote, Mbour.
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    Travel Blogs from Mbour

    A short (well kind of long actually) update

    A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Jun 30, 2013

    22 photos

    ... Eyes of My Heart’ at a concert!! We also go to overnight prayer services which leave us pretty whacked but are so powerful and pumped up you can’t miss them! Wednesdays and Thursdays evenings is choir practice –the people there are nuts, we generally have a chat and make fun of the conductor than do much singing… Saturday night we sing with the choir at mass and Sunday morning is mass in Wolof with the full congregation of Joal.


    Field trip with the International School of Dakar

    A travel blog entry by kellyrose on Feb 08, 2013

    12 photos

    ... and I want to continue to travel hopefully through work but also for pleasure.They say that as a Peace Corps Volunteer you will get more out of the experience than you put in and I am starting to believe it. Sure I am helping my community but I am not doing anything groundbreaking and as for myself, I am learning things that I will take with me forever. Thank you Senegal and my fellow volunteers for the experiences and memories.


    Lac Rose to Fatick

    A travel blog entry by beattie99 on Oct 05, 2012

    8 photos

    Not much mileage today only 192km, we got our Gabon visas early and headed straight out of Dakar to lac rose ( that's French for rose lake haha) also the official finish line for the Paris Dakar Rally before it moved to south America! Tick the list! Roads were incredibly bad and the gps proved worthless... Not it's fault, the road just ends, presume it used to be there! ...

    What you've all been waiting for...

    A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Oct 04, 2012

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... to a huge, flood-removing lorry stuck in the road. After being dug out, it left a foot-deep rivet in the mud track they call a road. We spent a good 30 minutes trying to rebuild the road only for flooding to get the better of it – it became a sludgy mess and I very nearly lost a Birkenstock! We gave up and I began forming bonds with some of the very sweet local children: ‘Hey Toubab!’ ‘I’m not a toubab, my name is Katti’ (I have ...

    Ko Binta Ba mi innettee!

    A travel blog entry by kellyrose on Jun 26, 2012

    7 photos

    ... awkward it would be having to get dressed with soap in your hair still to go and fetch more water!

    Going to the bathroom in a hole
    This is something that I am STILL trying to get used to. Its not the actual action of going to the bathroom in something that doesn't flush, its the fact of cleaning yourself with a bucket of water after you are done. Other volunteers have said that using your skirt to dry off the water is perfectly acceptable, ...