Summer Grove Villa
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... you were either walking in sand or on rough, potholed ground. Alongside the road were ditches dug which were acting as open sewers. The stench and the swarms of flies were disgusting. We were followed along the way by the ubiquitous kids and you hand to keep your hands in your pockets for two reasons; to stop your pockets being picked and to stop the kids grabbing your hands, which they would do given half a chance. Stray dogs and chickens wandered around to add ...
... I barely needed to tell the agent anything, though English is the national language. The baggage claim was a bit of a mele with such a large flight, but our bags were some of the first off. I had learned in Dakar to accept help, so we were through before most.
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... on their way to bed. One of Mandina's many dogs was barking madly at them and pretending to chase them, but as soon as they turned and looked at him, he ran away!
That night, we had other company to keep us awake - a night heron perching on the decking rail and stamping his feet!
Birds seen today: Blue-bellied Roller, Various sunbirds (and Western Grey Plantain Eaters and White-throated Bee-eaters by the pool)