Hotel Espadon de Saly
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... although the weather getting hotter makes it a bit of a sweat-fest. But really church is what I love in Joal. There is Charismatique on Mondays, the service that I find most like Ashwood in that it’s a lot more liberal than Sunday mass. We share bible verses, worship with hands raised and speak tongues. It’s a truly wonderful thing to share with my friends here. Amee and I have even shared some English worship songs with the group and we sang ...
... so it’s probably a good job it’s colder – otherwise the nights would be unbearable. One night was spent rather sleeplessly however due to a rogue cricket getting into our room. If you have trouble getting up in the morning, invest in a cricket – the best alarm clock in the world! It literally made the loudest sound possible. The next night as it started to stretch its feelers, I tracked it down to a crack in the door and raged war on it ...
... We were not able to leave the garage right away upon our arrival because there was still 3 spaces left in the car in front of us that was Thies-bound and we needed three more people to fill our car. Instead of using common sense and combining the cars we were forced to wait until the first car filled up and then ours to leave. We were more than a little impatient after waiting for about three hours and not moving so we bought the three remaining seats with the hope to pick ...
... and only 42km complete, 1 broken down truck (and there are many) and the villages shut down, no worries let's just take the engine out or remove the axle! Seriously I have immense respect, nothing is thrown away and everything can be repaired! Makes me think of london when it snows. We didn't make Kaolak as we hoped so we ended up finding a little village to stay ...
... to be 9-11, then 11-1. Needless to say, the first lessons usually begin around 9.20 and if teachers are feeling a bit tired, will finish around 10.30. The entire 2 hours is devoted to copying off the chalk board or just… not doing much! Serenaded by goats bleating and kittens miaowing, the students copy relentlessly off the chalk board, and not much else! For lack of anything to do, we spent our time picking fault in the teacher’s English grammar. ...