Summer Grove Villa

Address: Banjul, Gambia | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Banjul

    Day 21: from Dakar to Banjul

    A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 27, 2015

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    ... doesn't brake down....

    We made it across without sinking though and soon drove the last km's to Banjul. All along the way groups of kids and adults were waving to us, giving a very warm welcome to the last country of the challenge. As we arrived in Banjul we were quite surprised actually by the level of tourism: along the coast line there's resort after resort, housing many foreign tourists.

    Our hotel ...

    Forest walks

    A travel blog entry by elaineeustace on Mar 18, 2014

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    ... after all.

    Banjul is tiny and consists if run down colonial buildings and African huts. We decide to take ourselves off to the Makasutu Culture Forest for the day, this is in a stunning setting of palm groves, wetlands, mangroves and forests inhabited by baboons, lizards and birds. We had a guided walk through the forest which ...

    An adventure in The Gambia

    A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Feb 12, 2014

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    ... could not say when they expected the school to be finished, they were desperate for funds.The children were so excited to see us and were quite happy for us to sit with them and look at their school work and they enjoyed asking questions about where we came from, our names etc. I sat with a brother and sister as they both showed me their work and explaining what they have to learn.I gave a large bag of pens, pencils and colouring pens to the teacher who allowed me to give them out to ...

    The Gambia Experience

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 25, 2014

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    ... originally Bathurst after Henry Bathurst, the secretary of the British Colonial Office. When The Gambia achieved its independence in 1965, the town achieved city status and became the national capital. It was renamed Banjul in 1973.

    Our first stop was to Arch 22, so called after 22nd July (independence day). It is a large, pillored archway and houses the National Museum. It was a long climb to the top, ...

    Banjul Airport (BJL) to Kafountine

    A travel blog entry by cpricci on Jan 17, 2014

    ... forest bush. Ansu took care of the border crossing and gave the questioning soldier a hard time for wasting so much of our time. We were through, and a couple of hours later we popped out of the bush onto the asphalt approaching Kafountine. After many speed bumps and a few turns, we were at Mame Diarra's [Mom Jarra's] house. We were welcomed with a late supper of fish and rice, and were ready to sleep so we could wake up and see this place in the light. We made ...