Lodge du Delta Niominka
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 8217;t go anywhere without a huge smile etched across my face – everyone must think I’m loony. The Wolof, though not fluent, is definitely getting there and conversations are getting so much easier. The only worry is that I’m losing my French! The conversations are often and full, I feel like I know half of the 40,000 population of Joal and everywhere I go I see so many people that I know (or they know me and I just smile and wave!) Basketball is ...
... found the whole situation absolutely hilarious… Fortunately he seems to have taken my silence as a hint and hasn’t visited since!
Amee and I have been enjoying breaking free from the evening lesson planning to walk and buy HUGE watermelons from the HUGE watermelon mountains. Can you tell its watermelon season? Our freedom is often celebrated with Amee singing Oliver! to me and us refusing a second dinner from the watermelon seller. The guy used to ...
... here and its making me excited and nervous about my project at the same time. There are things we are doing right (having a motivational team, proper bookkeeping attempts, connections with the right people in the community) and things that we could use some guidance on (we are charging half of what we should, we don't have enough workers, we need a sorting site) with one thing getting in the way; funding. There are so many International NGO’s (non-government organizations) ...
... party! When this had become quite enough and we had enjoyed some ram soup, another group of men outside started singing! By this point both Amee and I had been cornered for our excellence at speaking English and made quite a following of English enthusiasts, poets and students! We drank ataya (strong Senegalese tea) to the sound of the singing and conjugating English verbs.
Our nights in Thies were punctuated by the mosque calls, something we don’t hear all ...
Not much mileage today only 192km, we got our Gabon visas early and headed straight out of Dakar to lac rose ( that's French for rose lake haha) also the official finish line for the Paris Dakar Rally before it moved to south America! Tick the list! Roads were incredibly bad and the gps proved worthless... Not it's fault, the road just ends, presume it used to be there! ...