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Working? Got one weeks holiday? It's winter? Not much scope for adventure? RUBBISH! A cycle tour in 'The Gambia' is what you need...
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... the long haul destinations on teletext inspired me to find out about these hitherto unknown destinations. One in particular caught me eye, Banjul in 'The Gambia'. That sounds like a good starting point I thought. I had two panniers (cycle bags), a plan ...
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Hello! For anyone interested, this blog will detail my experiences as a Tubab in The Gambia, a small, beautiful, friendly, crazy country in West Africa surrounded on three sides by Senegal. I'll talk about my experiences with the people and the ...
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A Travel Blog entry by joseph.heskin from Banjul, Gambia
... and me We arrived at Gate 21, Gatwick with suspiciously little hassle at security and embarked on our 6hr 35min flight to Banjul. Flying...still flying....yawn....grim food...still flying.....We landed!!! Walked off the plane where we were hit by less of ...
A Travel Blog entry by cessna152 from Banjul, Gambia
... who flock to the fleshpots of Bangkok, these women are the sex tourists of West Africa. Angela and I landed at Banjul Airport and were soon shepherded aboard the waiting air-conditioned coach. One fellow passenger was a middle-aged white woman with no ...
A Travel Blog entry by emsys from Banjul, Gambia
... duty to vote for him. Banjul even has an area called 22 July Square after the date he was elected. We wandered through Banjul market which sells fish and vegetables amongst tourist tat. A local trader took us out the back and showed us the men fishing ...
A Travel Blog entry by casanova_f from Banjul, Gambia
... wieder verfliegen. Wir nahmen uns ein Taxi und ließen uns nach Barra bringen, von wo wir mit der Fähre nach Banjul übersetzen konnten. Nach einer gut halbstündigen Fahrt in praller Sonne legten wir auf der anderen Seite des Gambia River an und wurden ...
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This comparatively small and easily accessible wildlife reserve is home to a number of indigenous African birds.