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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... point so.... we'll see how this goes.
Also with the orientation, they explained that there may be a lot of different religions in the area but being religious in Senegal comes second to being a part of the community. It's hard to set aside the "every man for himself" mentality. Like, I still can't wrap the idea in my head around the fact that people are excited to have random people come in and use their bathroom. I cringe ...
... the good wine and not the good tequila either, but it was a good night. No hangover either. Haha.
Tanned. Packed. Hung out with the family. Hung out with friends.
Got up. Finished packing. Said goodbye to everyone. Picked up Ryu. Drove to Dakar. Got to my hotel. Ate. Slept.
Today, I sit here reflecting on my trip and want to share eleven ...
... from their rickety looking stalls a variety of items, clothing, food, household goods, electrical items, so many people going about their daily tasks, in traditional garments as well as European, but not wanting to offend I did not take any photographs of these colourful outfits.It was interesting to watch as people carried their wares sometimes on their heads, I saw one man with about 12 large open trays of eggs just balancing on his ...
... at. That movie was made back in the 60's and apparently the hotel had not changed at all. A couple of us went over one day and pretended to be interested in getting a room just to see the inside of it. It was pretty obvious that we had no intentions of actually staying there but they took us around and showed us the hotel anyway. The hotel still looked like it did from the movie and it was a very cool experience to check it out.
The island of ...
... went and played with some of the local children too, they make so much fun with so little; they were making dolls from sticks and material. On one of our excursions we stumbled upon women making a maize-rice concoction for malnutritioned children in the area. This led to an invitation to the hospital – we visited and whilst Amee made herself useful weighing babies, I drew the short straw of ‘helping’ in the kitchen (i.e. stirring), making food for ...