Lodge du Delta Niominka
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... who ‘sensed’ that something bad was going to happen at the school behind the girls’ house. The women spent the night chanting, singing and banging to ward off the bad spirits and any sleep I might have had otherwise. It was quite creepy, the way they sat around a huge tree with few lights making weird noises, but not surprising. Nothing surprises me in this country anymore!
Life in Joal
I continue to absolutely adore life in Joal. ...
... week I grew to really like the students. We have been told our whole lives to live in the present because before you know it, it will be gone; am I really 26 already? These kids (I know I keep referring to them as kids but they are definitely young adults and even more mature than I was at that age) have everything handed to them in life; the best education, being at least bi-lingual from birth, contacts all over the world, and the ...
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! ...
... lawn is mowed. We visited the CEM to observe some revision classes for the October exams. Take every preconception of British schools and forget them! The CEM couldn’t be further from the school I attended. The design is a bit like the Quad at Ashfield School, but the buildings are old and disintegrating. The middle quad part and many classrooms are flooded (outside lessons, woopee!), and on the dry bits goats laze around with their kids. Lessons are ...
... m enjoying living the life of a local and finally feel as though I’m somewhere where I can make a genuine difference to people’s lives. My dreams of living in poverty and doing something about it are being realised it would seem! I really can’t wait to start working; we begin observing Amadou on Monday. We are hoping to go to church in our boubous tomorrow and probably chill some more! Thanks for reading my ramble, I’ll post again soon.
Over and out! ...