The Rhino Resort Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... CEM students. Arriving at the school on time (so leaving two hours later), I couldn’t believe my eyes as hayuuuuge vats of rice, chicken and sauce were loaded onto the bus. In quick succession were the large sharing plates and bags of water. We spent a lovely day on the island followed by a trip to the Monument (see previous blog entry for review), full of rice and chicken of course!
Other sorties were more chilled out, taking place at the local ...
... and I want to continue to travel hopefully through work but also for pleasure.They say that as a Peace Corps Volunteer you will get more out of the experience than you put in and I am starting to believe it. Sure I am helping my community but I am not doing anything groundbreaking and as for myself, I am learning things that I will take with me forever. Thank you Senegal and my fellow volunteers for the experiences and memories.
... br> In preparation for Tabaski we both had our hair rebraided and bought appropriate shoes at the market – I have never had so many people try to shove my foot into a shoe before! We spent a lot of time wishing that the festival would just happen now please and thank you! The morning of us leaving for Tabaski we were introduced to Senegal’s answer to Mcdonald’s; a shack selling bread with an assortment of sick-looking fillings. I settled for plain bread, ...
... city. I have two younger boys in my family, I am guessing they are about six and nine, who are the best! The older ones name is Billa Ba, and I am only sure of this because his mom yells at him, and for him, constantly. The first day I got done with school I actually managed to get lost on my way home, which is not even a quarter of a mile from my house, and the younger boy actually saw me wondering the streets. He laughed a little, I am sure because he ...
... many of which have gradually disappeared through time.
Within a safe distance, we are taken near the animals. It's a real amazing opportunity for wild nature photographer aficionados. In here we can see giant Baobabs, antelopes, gazelles, ostriches, giraffes, buffaloes, monkeys, birds, crocodiles, giant turtles and also rhinoceros.
There's also a burial chamber on the hollow of a thousand year old ...