Address: Boulevard Martin Luther King, Dakar, 1179 , Senegal | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Boulevard Martin Luther King, Dakar.
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Travel Blogs from Dakar

Live like you're dying.... I get it, I get it.

A travel blog entry by liz_singanong on Jul 25, 2014

I like to think I live life on the edge... I mean, I did just chug a liter of water. Or whatever "1,5 L" means in Africa... I think it's like the size you buy for like, 2 bucks at 7-11. Whatever, it's a big bottle.

Anyways, besides my bad ass-ery in water-chugging, I have also had a pretty great past two weeks. So great, in fact, that I have been far too busy and had no time at all to update my blog... Alright fine, ya caught ...

A weekend of exploring

A travel blog entry by rblanchette on May 26, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... that’s due to weather conditions. It was still cool to see. The water was warm, and salty! The lake sometimes appears pink due to its high salt contents (ten times higher than the ocean). The pool and the tanning were also amazing. We spent a few hours there before heading to l’Ile de Gorée where we spent the night. This was quite the experience for Alex and I. The best way to describe this island is how Lonely Planet describes it: "Ruled in succession by ...

A colourful and interesting visit to Dakar

A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Feb 11, 2014

17 photos

... Magnificent views none the less.By now it was lunchtime and the traffic was busy as people were either taking their lunch break from work or leaving school for the day, despite schooling not being compulsory the schools are in 2 sessions one in the morning and one in the afternoon.It's been just a half day tour and although a very poor city in parts Dakar has been a very interesting insight into life in Western Africa.Now for a cool drink.

Tabaski in Senegal

A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Oct 30, 2013

59 photos

... around he was behind me. Eventually, I got pretty angry with him and flipped out. He finally ran away from me. Later I saw that my one zipper on my backpack was 1/3 of the way open. He was slowly opening my bag while he was behind me. I never even felt it. Fortunately, he wan´t able to get anything from me.
Another time I was on the taxi boat that takes you back and forth from the island. They cram everyone on these boats pretty tightly. I ...

Hello Madam Secretary!

A travel blog entry by kellyrose on Aug 13, 2012

5 photos

... one of the highlights of the Counterpart Workshop was a language session. During the session one of the trainees in my stage, who was a previous volunteer in Kazakhstan before the country got evacuated because of safety issues, taught a few of our supervisors some key phrases in Kazakh. The point of this session was to show our work partners how difficult it is to learn a language, specifically one that they have had no previous knowledge of. ...