Pullman Dakar Teranga
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... that was a real let down, scrambled eggs and baked beans, a table spoon of egg and one of baked beans, it seemed hardly worth bothering to cook it, but as there was nothing else, we did eat it, it never took long to clean up and hit the road
We only had an hour’s drive to get to the Mali and so it was hardly worth people getting their books, kindles or even dozing as is the norm for a morning drive
Getting through immigration and customs was ...
... of the nicest people I have ever come across.... And that's coming from a girl who has been in Southwest Virginia for about three years.
It's so crazy to think it's been a week already! But I can't wait to see what the rest of this trip has in store! And with July 4th coming this week, the US Embassy likes to fund a little party for all the Americans. Hey, hanging out with Marines for a night? Well, if I must. Alrighty, kiddos, don't miss me too much!
... padding: 0px; margin: 0px;">The theme night tonight was red, white and blue or British Night, so as we got dressed for our evening meal I put on a pair of white trousers and a Union Jack t-shirt, as well as sporting a feather boa in red, white and blue. Trevor was extremely smart in his black trousers, white wing-collar shirt, a Union Jack waistcoat and Union Jack bow tie. I told him he had to be the best-dressed person on the ship. :-)
This morning the LivingSocial group (aka everyone else on the trip except myself and the Brits) flew home to the US. Their flight left at 9 am, so I got up early to wander down for breakfast and say my goodbyes. I tagged along on the ride to the airport, and Shannon and I went rogue and jumped on the "other" bus - mainly to watch the exchange between Momo and his (unwilling) lady love Sarah. In typical ZuZu fashion, there was an awkward mating dance and rambling speech over the bus ...
... now and we are heading on a good speed to the airport.
THE ARRIVAL AT THE AIRPORT
It's already 22h30 (local time) and finally we arrived at the Dakar International Airport. It's was a very long journey from Saly to Dakar. François lead us to the baggage check-in and then, after making sure that everyone is set to go, said goodbye and went out.
Again, general confusion inside. Lots and lots of ...