Sunset Beach Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and yes, they also speak English. It is actually really cool because a lot of times they blend English with Wolof so you can catch some words of what people are saying. I learned how to great someone and how to respond when greeted to. Fortunately, most people speak English, but it is with a thick accent so it can still be difficult to understand. The food is amazing! For people who are not adventurous with their plate, ...
... swim from James
Island and touch the flagpole they would earn their freedom. None
ever did, it was 3 miles from the island and no one could swim in
those days, and most still cannot swim today as they are taught to be
scared of the water. It was then back on the boat for a buffet lunch
whist routing to James Island. On arrival the boat can no longer get
alongside the island and so we had to get into large pirogues, very
brightly painted ...
... her eyes to heaven before grunting "we don't have that". (Again not uncommon here that some of the menu isn't available if they haven't had deliveries or gone to the market)
But we soldiered on, "which one do you not have?", "none of them!" she says, "oh" we replied, "what do you have from the menu?"....."none of it"she sighed. "None?, do you have any food?", "No, it's all gone"......"Right, so we're going to leave"...at ...
... of assigning Sept Place taxis to customers). We wanted to ensure that we did not get third row seats. In fact, we wished for the single seat next to the driver and one right behind in the middle row. We had to settle for two middle row seats (or wait for another taxi to fill up).
The six hour ride was boring and tedious. The Dakar suburbs of Rufisque and Pikine proved to be as painful in the outward direction as it was on the way in. The stretch past the ...
... Babbler, Sub-Alpine Warbler, Zitting Cisticola, Yellow-Billed Shrike, Long-Tailed Glossy Starling, House Sparrow, Grey-Headed Sparrow, Village Weaver, Yellow-Backed Weaver, Bronze Manakin, Piapiac, Senegal Coucal, Hamerkop, Ringed Plover, Collared Dove, Pearl Spotted Owlet, Blue Crested Kingfisher, Malachite Kingfisher, Broad Billed Roller, African Grey Hornbill, African Pied Hornbill, Yellow Fronted Tinkerbird, Bearded Barbet, Grey Woodpecker, Chiffchaff, Northern Black Flycatcher ...