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... of Senegal. The journey, on a good day, takes around 12 hours and let’s not forget to mention that it’s always short Katty in the back middle seat of a sept-place for the whole journey! In Ziguinchor we enjoyed meeting Z&L’s lovely friends (making ataya until 2am…), Scottish Ceilidh Dancing with the English Club, spending a day at the beach in Cap Skirring and tossing and turning for one sleepless night due to a Diola Women’s ...
... our money and jewellery only to be interrupted by another huge cheer – the presidents returning! This time they were coming alongside the barrier and despite the rush, Francois Hollande stopped to shake our hands and asking us if we were on holiday! He looked at us with a look that screamed ‘There are some fellow toubabs in all this craziness!’ – quite the same look we give to any toubab that we see. Upon their departure there was a huge rush for the ...
... be able to see them. As much as I like my family, and I really do, I can honestly say that I am not really excited to go back yet. I love having my English time with the 18 other people in my stage. Getting to know this diverse group that I am training with was easy. I must say we come from many different backgrounds from all over the US (including off mainland islands such as Hawaii, St. Croix in The Virgin Islands and Haiti) and this past month I have become ...
... 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!