Terrou-Bi

Boulevard Martin Luther King, Dakar, 1179 , Senegal | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dakar

On the road through West Africa -Senegal to Guinea

A travel blog entry by antandrel

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... of our Dakar omelette lady. Thanks also to the Lebanese influence we found a great shisha restaurant, I ended up spending a good chunk of time in Dakar smoking the lovely apple tobacco.

After a couple of days in Dakar we finally got to meet the 19 others we'd be spending the next 1 - 2 months with. To say bunch of people on the trip are diverse is an understatement, all nice in their own way, though some mixed with others has been interesting to say the least.
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West African Dakari - On the rocks with a twist

A travel blog entry by joseph.heskin

3

... the town, peer through old shutters and visit the cool and deafeningly quiet church. We got treated to marching practice by the local children's brigade of the Order of Malta and watched as Kev and Penel challenged the local kids to a game of table soccer. By the end I was very tempted to skip the ferry and stay. And then suddenly it was over and we're sitting in a 7-seater heading for the Gambian border. Bus journey aside it was worth it. We saw a beautiful part of ...

Westernmost Point Of Africa

A travel blog entry by parleusted

3
21

... with greasy auto-body shops, vendors with few things to sell, hole in the wall cafes and local mini-buses in the worst condition imaginable. Emerging out of there, we walked back to Place de I'Independence through Marche Sandaga, the largest, busiest and most central market in Dakar. Our guidebook warns that this is the market at which you are most likely to have your purse stolen or pocket picked.

Video - Street scene near Avenue Pompidou
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Bienvenue au Dakar!

A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal

10

... here; everybody is immaculately dressed in ‘boubous’ or jeans (how?!?!) with bright tops. The women look beautiful. ‘Boubous’ are the traditional dresses; men wear trousers with a long tunic, mostly white or cream. The women wear long skirts with fitted tops and headscarves, in vibrant colours and stunning designs. I can’t wait to get my own! Because of this sense of pride the poverty of some people is well hidden. From our window we can see ...

Hustling the hustlers on the streets of Dakar

A travel blog entry by robspackman

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5

... is a sweet fishy smell from the docks which occasionally parts the exhaust fumes and permeates the Downtown on the sea breeze. The fruit and phone stalls spill into the sandy and pot holed roads, at night seedy bars light up their neon signs and prostitutes ply smoky bars where middle-aged expats drink their beer and return their glances.

The colonial shuttered architecture crumbles elegantly and wonderfully undisturbed as modern life spills out. ...

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This 4 star hotel is located on Boulevard Martin Luther King, Dakar.
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