Lodge du Delta Niominka
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... about to go out, no not alcohol related, and so she was not able to make it to the Marine party. Sad.Sunday night and Monday were filled with nothing other than, shaving our heads! We are donating the hair to Locks of Love and since hot season is sneaking up on us there was no better time. I told my host family what I was doing while in Darkar and my host mom said absolutely not. She was more than surprised when I had actually done it. Sorry Nene but it was for ...
... that Sunday night is our cooking night – last week was a brilliant success (despite a malfunctioning oven) with the family gobbling up baguette pizza and my speciality, potato wedges!
Despite what I hear about the weather in the UK, I am going to take a moment to moan about how it’s getting cold here! Every morning I have to mentally prepare myself for my cold bucket shower and I have even braved my jeans a few times! Our fan stopped working ...
... that he was properly taken care of during our road trip. Senegalese almost never consider animals as pets, they see it as wasting valuable resources and time on something that could go towards a human life and with this being said our driver was very confused why I was treating this dog better than some people treat their kids. He would pee in his dirt lined box that was acting as more of a litter box than a bed, we would take him on small walks during our pit stops and when he ...
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 ...