Village Plage d'Or

Address: Toubakouta, Senegal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Toubakouta


A travel blog entry by podroznik on Oct 29, 2013

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... daja chlopakom swoje numery telefonow. Promzawraca specjalnie zabrac nas na druga strone rzeki. Okazuje sie ze mamy ****, na nadbrzezu stoi juz zielony rzadowy autobus, gotowy do odjazdu, a po drugie autobus wlasnie jedzie do wassu.

Do kregu kamieni nie prowadz zaden drogowsakaz czy tez zadna tabliczka. Zapytani lokalsi odpowiadajaja ze trzeba wejsc w polna drogei isc prosto a potem juz znajdziemy, Jak zwykle towarzysza nam afrykanskie dzieci. ...

Overlanding Notes for The Gambia

A travel blog entry by landylove on Mar 03, 2013

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... who kept it in tip top condition. We only had to re proof the canvas (which began to leak on a trial expedition to Devon) and install a mosquito net before it was ready for an African Adventure. The Eezi Awn website does plug the option of a 'shower skirt' but we have found this to be unnecessary. If you are wild camping you will probably be in the middle of nowhere so will be able to enjoy showering naked with ...

The Secret Siné-Saloum: Land of the Baobab Tree

A travel blog entry by landylove on Feb 24, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

Dear family, friends and other dogs

A host of baobab trees (like one of the balloon sculptures my dear friend Matthew magics up) waved their bobbly branches in salutation as we bounced our way along the red hot tracks in to the secret lands of the Siné-Saloum. These lands were dappled with static saline waters, where huddles of female humans, bent over like flamingos scooping up their grub, dug for their salty ...

Floating on the river

A travel blog entry by trissy on Feb 08, 2013

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... spectacular, wheeling quite low above our heads. We caught a glimpse of vervet monkeys in the distance, but unfortunately couldn’t get anywhere near them. After breakfast, we relaxed by the pool (well, I did – Tony went off for a wander!), had lunch, and tried once again to capture the bee-eaters drinking from the pool.

And then our last canoe trip. It was slow at first, but then we saw an osprey (ringed in the UK!), and ...

Trans Gambia Highway

A travel blog entry by robspackman on Nov 17, 2011

1 comment, 3 photos

... to board as the lorries and the buses were trying to maneuver off. It was tragic, classic, good old African chaos. Excellent to sit in the shade and observe.

The Gambia comes as a little surprise. There are big smiles and lots of friendly mentioning of colonialism. "We like the English," says the immigrations official, the policemen, the coffee breakfast man... "They are our old colonial masters..." everybody says smiling without a hint of malice. ...

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