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A Travel Blog entry by sara.pownall from Dakar, Senegal
After a dusty journey from Banjul to Saly in Senegal last night - we have now arrived in Dakar. The expressway into the city made life a little easier however the road through Rufisque and Tiaroye is still very congested. We stayed in ...
A Travel Blog entry by modernnomad67 from Dakar, Senegal
... the finer things all come with a very steep price tag and most of the population just does without, many virtually without anything. Dakar was the first place I noticed it but it turned out to be the case for most of West African cities that most ...
A Travel Blog entry by danharriet from Dakar, Senegal, Senegal
... , one of the darkest periods of mankind flourished for over three hundred years. We have now reached warmer climates as we sailed into Dakar, the morning foretold of a warm day in the low 80 degrees with high humidity. No rain clouds, but we felt a ...
A Travel Blog entry by jeanchristophes from Dakar, Senegal
On a hot morning I found myself squished in the boot of a station wagon alongside Ghalied travelling south towards Dakar. Somewhat apprehensive of arriving at Dakar after hearing various war stories of other travels heading North from this hard city. ...
A Travel Blog entry by derrick241 from Dakar, Senegal
... they are down we don’t see anything, so its swings and roundabouts We are leaving here in the morning, I won’t miss Dakar and the pollution, the whole place just smells dirty and everyone wants to be your best mate because you are white A ...
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... start van de les in de aula moet zijn, want er zijn maar zitplaatsen voor een vierde van de ingeschreven studenten. Aangenaam! Dakar heeft ongeveer 20 dagen zonder stromend water gezeten. En het huis waar ik zat had geen airco, geen werkende ventilator, ...
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Goree Island, , Dakar, Senegal356 reviews
This centuries-old house served as a processing center for African slaves.