Pullman Dakar Teranga
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8 December Dakar
Here we are now in Dakar and another campsite, it really is a bit too up market for us bunch really, they have chalets, cabins, 2 swimming pools, we got a scrap of ground set aside for us campers, the ground is rock hard, thank goodness for a decent mattress
We are right on the coast again but I haven't seen it yet
Yesterday we went into Dakar, I know nothing about the place apart that they used ...
... 8217;t even let myself imagine what it would be like without them.
Plot twist: showering was a breeze. Cool, Jerry… cool. I usually turn the knob to the full power (which is the crippling, handicapped water) but I didn’t even turn the knob past halfway this time. I’m not sure of the exact reason as to why Jerry works the way he does, but lesson learned. Shower in the dark.
Picture of Jerry to accompany his post, coming soon to a blog near you. ...
My Lonely Planet guide book tells me that a visit to Dakar is the number one attraction in West Africa. This is partly to to with the fact that it has Africa's trendiest nightlife venues... Pity, we missed those....
Senegal is Africa's western most nation. and our last day on the mainland of this continent. It is bordered by some pretty iffy neighbours, it is rumoured that Guinea-Bissau ...
More embassy business this morning (hopefully the last) with cote d ivore and Gabon. The Ivory coast border with Ghana is shut due to an attempted coup, it's seems both countries are blaming each other. We were able to meet with the ambassador for cote d ivore who said the border was officially closed but we may be able to "negotiate" something at the border so we agree to feed the beast and we are gambling on that route! Let's what happens! He said ...
... palace faces the sea surrounded by presidential greenery. In the central Place D'Independence men in rags sleep, smoke and idly drink coffee on benches outside the steps of the colonaded Chamber of Commerce.
On a myriad of small beachs around the city's peninsular scores of Seneglese men repeatedly exercise in the strangest ways. Running backwards as slowly as possible, rolling over and over in the sand. At dusk the beaches are thronged. The rasta men ...