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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Tama Lodge Mbour
Travel Blogs from Mbour
... part is knowing that this life that I’ve grown to love is coming to an end. With only 7 weeks of my time left in Senegal I’m making the most of every last second. What’s planned? Amee and I have written a travel plan to rival all travel plans that involves going to the north of Senegal, then down to the south-east where there are rumoured to be mountains (600m!) and waterfalls! I’ll let you know how it goes…
Over & Out, ...
... that he was properly taken care of during our road trip. Senegalese almost never consider animals as pets, they see it as wasting valuable resources and time on something that could go towards a human life and with this being said our driver was very confused why I was treating this dog better than some people treat their kids. He would pee in his dirt lined box that was acting as more of a litter box than a bed, we would take him on small walks during our pit stops and when he ...
... and only 42km complete, 1 broken down truck (and there are many) and the villages shut down, no worries let's just take the engine out or remove the axle! Seriously I have immense respect, nothing is thrown away and everything can be repaired! Makes me think of london when it snows. We didn't make Kaolak as we hoped so we ended up finding a little village to stay ...
... this in Wolof!) Incidentally, the children are starting to call us by our names now rather than ‘toubab’ which makes us feel so good! Some still ask us for money and presents though. A local, also by the name of Ammi, called me and Amée over to a backyard where we were introduced to around 10 men/boys who were drumming on pieces of plastic containter with sticks. As a percussionist, it was incredibly cool! One guy started singing ‘Toubabi, il ...
... or "please dont wipe your nose and then play with the vegetables".
The Pula Futa Language
I debated on even writing about this. I am not a language person, and I am the first to say that! I think it takes me a lot longer to pickup on new languages and it is more than stressful. Hussay, my LCF (Language and Culture Facilitator), tells me that I have only been learning Pula Futa for about a week and to not stress, it will come with time. I ...