Dakar Residences

Address: 20, Bd Djily Mbaye BP 687, Dakar, Senegal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 20, Bd Djily Mbaye BP 687, Dakar.
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Travel Blogs from Dakar

My Six Week Long Argument with Jerry

A travel blog entry by liz_singanong on Jun 26, 2014

When objects that play a crucial role in my life act a certain way, I give them names. My laptops name is Rhonda because she does what she wants. My cars name is Willie because he's the reason I have friends at school. And my shower at my hosts’ house shower head is Jerry. Last night, I discovered that Jerry has performance issues.

For the past two nights, it has been a struggle for Jerry to keep the water running for my whole shower. Usually it will trickle ...

Senegal and the Slave Trade

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 26, 2014

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... the only couple on our table who’d dressed up, but here and there around the ship we could see quite a few others had got into the spirit and were wearing red, white and blue as well.

In the Neptune Lounge tonight we were all given little British flags to wave and the cruise director led a good old singalong, ending with Land of Hope and Glory.

Then the Braemar Show Company put on an all-singing, ...

Brief stop in Dakar, Senegal!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Apr 03, 2013

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Day 33 - evening

By 7:00pm, Michel and I boarded our United Airlines plane and patiently waited for it to take off. We were already delayed by an hour and hoped for the best!

Looking outside my seat’s window, it had stopped raining and dusk had settled in. This was followed by the horizon rapidly transforming itself with the last rays of the sun! It ...

Out of Western Africa and onto Southern Africa

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 21, 2013


... welcomed this since we thought we could enjoy a decent break between two long flights. Little did we know what awaited us at Dubai. To cut a long story short, we found that the airline was totally unprepared for the mass delays in all their flights due to successive foggy days. It was a stampede at their transfer desk and it took us close to 5 hours just to get the boarding pass for the next day's flight. The airline could not give us any accommodation in Dubai due ...

The Story About Dakar and Thanksgiving

A travel blog entry by kellyrose on Nov 25, 2012

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... Artisanal Fair. This fair or expo, whatever you want to call it, is a chance for a group of artists that work with volunteers to showcase their products and sell them to the expat market. All the products are hand made in Senegal and offer a higher quality than the normal touristy products you find. Some of the artists that they work with ship their goods overseas and even a few are featured in stores like Pier One. Woven baskets, paintings, ...