La maison Abaka
Travel Blogs from Dakar
And 25 other of my questions, comments, and concerns of ignorance I've had while on this trip.
1. Well, back to the cuddling thing.... it's hot and there's rarely ever AC and I really just want to know.
2. How many people have I inadvertently offended by struggling to live the life of Liz and function on a daily basis?
3. Do locals not approach me because they don't know I'm American?
4. Or are they not ...
... in fact when we took a peek at the Marquee Deck where the pool and open-air bar is, not a soul was about and the bar was closed. A pity.
The afternoon passed by in its lazy, pleasant way then it was time to go to dinner. Once we’d finished, we wasted no time in going along to the Neptune Lounge as tonight the Cruise Director, Andy Mills-Brown was doing a sort of “Piers Morgan Life Stories” show, starring the Master ...
... Dakar in the early hours of a Sunday morning, we'd been told that the visa process could take anywhere up to 3 hours to process, with a bribe involved, thankfully however our arrival was very non-eventful and we found ourselves through customs and in a taxi to our hotel within 30 minutes - no bribes paid. Whilst waiting for our tour to start we explored Dakar and the outer island of Goree with some of the group that arrived early.
Dakar really is a charming ...
... mastectomy and reconstruction compliments of the North Koreans who replaced it with an absolute monstrosity of a statue showing three people freeing themselves from shackles of oppression, pot kettle black for North Korea I think! But the moral of the story is don't go to Pyongyang for a boob job! That night we met Chris for dinner and were joined by 4 Danish medical students working in Guinea-Bissau. Tuesday Back to Eric Kayer for breakfast accompanied by our Danish ...
... saw was all crumpled in at the back and had masking tape instead of a rear window. Mr T’s car has no seatbelts, the windows don’t wind down, no air con and there’s a hole where the radio is meant to be! The public buses are crammed full of people and a man stands hanging out of the back door taking fares from passengers. They’re more like minibuses and painted bright colours, though its peeling and rusty. Many people travel by horse and rickety old ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet