Hotel Al Baraka
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... the news here for a few weeks, but hey ho, plans change, it’s a case let’s see where the itinery leads (and that seems to change from day to day, Joe brings up to date every night with his nightly updates, some aren’t really necessary though, but they have gone on so long now, it’s become the norm
Steve announced he will be leaving the truck in Cape Town and we will be getting a new driver, I am not really sure of the reason he will be leaving ...
... 8217;ve experienced, it never goes out for more than an hour. When we lived in Guam, it could go out for a few hours and sometimes even a day or so, so no more than an hour is child’s play. I digress.
Day 3, post-dinner coma and the power shuts off. I tried waiting it out but about 30 minutes later I had to throw the towel in. After finding my way upstairs, I put my iPhone flashlight on in the bathroom and braced myself. Showering with the lights here is hard enough, ...
... then pointed to each person and asked the audience to cheer. By far and away Trevor got the loudest cheer so we won the bottle of cava, which we shared with George and Barbara. :-)
Afterwards we stayed in the Coral Club for the M.I.T. Band and the disco. In fact, it was after 2.00am when we finally returned to our cabin. We had two days at sea to look forward to, so we propped our balcony door open and slept well, lulled by the Braemar’s gentle motion on the ...
... the airport so he could go see his daughter from his previous marriage, whom he never gets a chance to see. (Didn't he swear up and down he wasn't married and didn't have any children?! Hmm.....)
I passed out for several hours back in the hotel, and then headed to the airport to catch my 4:30 pm flight. Two hours from Morocco to Portugal, 2 hour layover, then the 4 hour flight to Senegal. Checking out the people who were gathered at my gate to was my first glimpse of ...
There's only one road that allows you to enter/leave Dakar and of course on the end of the day it's completely filled with cars, trucks and motorcycles. On the road, we saw hundreds of people selling products (bags of fresh water, mobile cards, fruit, meat, cereals, car products, beauty products, and everything you can imagine!).
THE ADVENTURE ON THE BUS
The time is passing by and ...