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... in the Air Marine Protégé Centre about endangered sea life. This entailed riding on the back of a truck, getting lost in a monastery where 100 young boys were walking past silently staring, and throwing up tents. We grilled some relation of catfish on a small BBQ and sat and watched as the night sky revealed the Milky Way. I have never seen so many stars, it was an incredible sight. Behind us we could see a huge thunderstorm; lightning cracking through the clouds like the Big Man ...
... meaning Hello, with "Jam Tun" as the response, meaning Peace only, with a few other possible exchanges of phrases following. But with anyone that you have any communication with you would have a dialogue similar to the one below with the following statements (S) and responses (R):
S: On Jaaraama. Hello.R: On Jaaraama. Hello.S: Tanaa alaa ton? There is no evil there?R: Jam Tun. Peace Only.S: Golle den le? How is the work?R: No Marsude. It goes.S: A Nallii e ...
... of traffic and busy streets. We had to go several time on side roads (with bumps and holes) to get there early. When there is a traffic jam, you find that the roads are filled with people selling fruits, water, car spare parts and other product. Everywhere is a place to make business.
At 10h45, we finally arrived at Dakar Maritime Port to get the ferry to Gorée Island. It's already hot and the temperature is rising fast. The fresh maritime breeze cools a little but it's ...
... friendly staff and amazing food. The hotel cat is always wandering nearby, meowing for some attention, but never bothering or hurting the guests.
He's just looking for some scraps that fell on the floor, nothing else. :)
After dinner, as usual, we went for a small walk on the hotel premisses enjoying the moonlight, the music and the warm weather of Senegal.
Time to go to bed and sleep.
See you tomorrow!
Getting up that morning we quickly jumped into the falls and played around in the warm water for a while, after a long time away from natural water. Refreshed we gather up our things, said goodbye to our friendly french neighbors and set off. This day we had a very long drive ahead of us, with the goal set for the Atlantic coast, all the way across Senegal.
A fast drive out of the wilderness and through the west-most reaches of Mali we came to the ...