- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Eyes of My Heart’ at a concert!! We also go to overnight prayer services which leave us pretty whacked but are so powerful and pumped up you can’t miss them! Wednesdays and Thursdays evenings is choir practice –the people there are nuts, we generally have a chat and make fun of the conductor than do much singing… Saturday night we sing with the choir at mass and Sunday morning is mass in Wolof with the full congregation of Joal.
... 8216;Wey-yo! Bayil ngay wax! Danga doff!’ The serer women stroll in their bright, stunning boubous. Seldom are the streets empty of locals sitting, chatting, laughing. Don’t forget to greet everyone, shake their hands as if they’ve been your lifelong friends and make sure there are at least 5 greetings, in at least 3 languages. ‘Asaalam alekium!’ ‘Maleikum salam!’ ‘Nanga def?’ ...
... was that we used two razor blades, literally only the blades, and a beard trimmer to get the job done. Talk about resourceful!
Monday night Alexx, Trevon and myself had dinner plans with Falia, a teacher that was on the school trip to Palmarin. Her husband was in the Peace Corps and understood how desperate we were for American home cooking so of course they had us over for Mexican, even better! We tried to be on our best behavior but were overwhelmed ...
... I am only mildly patron in this country it was a short conversation due to my lack of phone credit. The only thing left to do was blog, which brings us where we are now. Women and men who lay across benches and are hunkered up against windows snoring surround me. A few of my male peers on the bus have decided to build a fire just off the road, which was a great idea considering how cold it is tonight. When I say cold I want to clarify that I am sure it is 65°F but since its ...
... a cow outside of your window’.
As well as classes, Amee and I run an English club and an Art club at Aicha’s (our host mum) primary school. Before our lessons began I assisted in one class there: one teacher, 200 students and all of them trying to learn how to write their ABCs. The students were crammed in 4 to a desk and it took half an hour just to take the register! Due to the incredible number of students, the teacher felt it necessary to use ...