Village Plage d'Or
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... po minieciu kilku chat na drodze orzez pole znajdujemy zakopanu w zbozu znak "stone circle". Super extra unesco to to nie jest ale jesli ktos jest po drodze to warto tam wstapic, w przeciwnym razie nema to duzej wartoscie turystycznej.
Po obejrzeniu kamini okazuje sie ze ostatni autobu odjechac 10 minut temu. Na szczescie znajdujemy kilku chlopakow, ktorzy swlasnie pakuja busa. Okazuje sie ze moga nas zabrac do .....jak tylko zaladuja towar, ponadto ...
... panoramic view of nature and if you are on a camp site you will probably be using their showers. We have also enjoyed gathering our personal grime over a shower less period of time as this makes you properly appreciate the shower experience when it finally happens.
We bought a brand new Hannibal Awning. This has given us shade from the midday sun of Senegal, shelter from the wind and rain of ...
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 ...
... kingfishers, a blue-breasted and lots of pieds. As we arrived back at the lodge as the sun was setting, the baboons were all around our lodge in the mangroves, eating the oysters.
Birds we saw today: Eurasian Marsh Harrier, Hooded Vulture, Paradise Flycatcher, Rose-ringed Parakeet, Little Bee-eater, Francolin, Stone Partridge, Hornbill, Osprey, Palm-nut Vulture, Blue-breasted Kingfisher, Pied Kingfisher, Malachite Kingfisher, ...
... peace and quiet would be worth it.
New species seen on the brilliant boat trip: Goliath Heron, Fish Eagle, White-Throated Bee-Eater, African Blue Flycatcher, Mouse Brown Sunbird, Northern Puffback.
In addition we saw Monitor Lizards and a Nile Crocodile...and still no snakes or mosquitoes!!
A trip out at dusk yielded female Long-Tailed Nightjar and Standard-Winged Nightjar, we will have to return for the male Long-Tailed!