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 ...
... decker, multi-colored wooden affair with a small outboard motor. It held 24 passengers and had four crew. Upon arrival we were given cups of coffee spiked with brandy then, about a half hour later, huge goblets of champagne which were generously refilled. So all aboard were soon in a good mood. For about three hours we slowly wound through the mangrove swamp which is part of the Gambia river delta. The amazing thing was the mangrove roots were all covered with ...
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 ...
... another 30mins by the time we managed to get online... welcome to Africa!) So we discussed all we could in half an hour (which is not actually much)... However, HB is really pleased with this book project I am currently working on as having something published by the time I come to defend my thesis is always a bonus. HB also told me that the book chapter should be a taster for what is to come within the thesis so that any external examiners can see how ...
... capital, Banjul. Along the way we passed the local prison where vultures sat sentinal upon the guard towers. Fifteen minutes later we pulled up alongside Arch 22, and our driver said he'd pick us up in two hours.
Arch 22, a huge concrete edifice, stood at the western edge of Banjul. It was built in 1996 at a cost of $1.2 million to celebrate a victorious coup that occurred on the 22nd July 1994 when the current president ousted his predecesser in a military coup. This same ...