Hotel Astoria

Address: 63 boulevard Djily Mbaye, Dakar, Senegal | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 63 boulevard Djily Mbaye, Dakar, is near La Maison des Esclaves and Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary.
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    Travel Blogs from Dakar

    First thing's first, I'm washing my underwear.

    A travel blog entry by liz_singanong on Jul 15, 2014

    1 comment

    I have decided that that is the first thing I'm doing when I get home. Whites will be bleached and underwear will be washed and then I'm going to use the dryer. The machines will do everything for me and I will feel no remorse over the water I'm wasting compared to hand-washing or the energy I'm wasting compared to air-drying.

    Also, for anyone wondering as to how my studies are going, I'm awful at French. Actually, I've known this for a while but now I'm learning to accept ...

    The Gambia river and bright lights of Dakar

    A travel blog entry by nickyloo on Apr 11, 2014

    33 photos

    ... to explore The Gambia River. It is a strange little country when you look at it on a map. Like a slither taken out of the middle of Senegal with a massive river slicing through the middle. We spent our first night at a place called Bintang Bolong where we relaxed by a pretty little campsite built on top of the mangroves. The next morning some of us went on an early morning boat ride to see the birdlife. The next two days we were further up ...

    Tabaski in Senegal

    A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Oct 30, 2013

    59 photos

    ... spoken there. Very cool person and I have even more respect for the Peace Corp after leaning more about what they are about and what they have to do.My month in Senegal was a great experience. It certainly was a lot different than what I thought it would be. For some reason I thought it would be a bit more developed than what it is. N'Gor is very far removed from the rest of Dakar and Senegal and I would have liked to have seen some of the country but ...

    Bienvenue au Dakar!

    A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Sep 16, 2012

    10 photos

    ... running around, goats sat in the shade of boats and salesmen selling sim cards, soap, fish, etc. Mr T told us to sit in the shade and he went to buy some fish for dinner. We sat under a typical shelter made of large branches and materials, where the women seem to spend a lot of time talking and cutting fish for customers. They laughed at our attempts at Wolof. ‘Do you speak Wolof?’ ‘Dedet (No)’ *laughter*. Again the rules we have for driving in the UK ...

    Toubab

    A travel blog entry by nick.iprogram on Aug 24, 2011

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... like a favela. Piorques line the beaches and children and lambs and goats eat and play all day by the shore. I met a local on the beach named jallah who toured me around his whole village showing me the fishing collaboration of villagers (who all feed and profit from each other), introducing me to the village elders, showing me some village customs(like the birthing tree), and so much more. However, the most surprising was the ...