Sheraton Gambia Hotel Resort & Spa
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Unity kunda it must be said..... I woke Saturday morning naked, face down on my huge bed. I'd been bit three times by a mozzy, twice on my chest and the other on my left eyebrow, looked like a golfball popping out my head. Staggered to breakfast about 9:30 and had a couple of ham and cheese rolls. Spent the afternoon at the beach on a lounger, the British ...
... the next hour Hugh and I tried to fish. He kept losing his bait and I could never set the hook although I had lots of nibbles, so we were failures. But one old lady on our boat caught seven tiny fish and someone on the second tour boat caught a tilapia as well as a couple of other big-ish fish, so we were just unlucky (or incompetent...) Walking back to the bus from the dock, a vendor would not leave us alone, so we bought a necklace and bracelet set from him. ...
Today we had to go to Banjul after deciding the trip was over. We had to get extensions for our car permits (laisse de passť). The town was very busy and we were stressed to get things done as we have a lot to do. Rushing around town a softly spoken policeman decided to stop us claiming we were speeding. It’s a bit of a discussion and he insists we park up. We explain we must do our paperwork urgently so he lets us park and sort ...
... be a good sign!!
It is currently Ramadan so for the next 3-4 weeks everything is going to be in slow motion and in some cases come to a complete stop. For this reason I have decided not to do much in the way of fieldwork until the end of the month and try and concentrate on creating these surveys, writing up my methodology etc and now finishing this book chapter. So some potential exciting news – As a result from the Casamance fieldtrip and ...
... our driver as a whirl of black limousines, jeeps and other security vehicles rolled past. And though we didn't actually see His Excellency himself, he'd been there somewhere. Our first flirtation with an African Leader!
Abuko Nature Reserve proved to be a bit of a let down. Dating back to the 1960s, the guidebook claimed the forest was full of birds, reptiles and monkeys but we didn't see anything except for vultures, ants, the occasional lizard, and a small crocodile in ...