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The Day I...Got Loads of Spots on My Head in Senegal

The Day I…Got Loads of Spots on My Head in Senegal

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I had to double check the mirror time and time again. Spots were growing at a huge rate. I felt OK inside, I wasn’t ill and mentally I was fine. But externally, on the crazy border crossing from The Gambia …

The Atlantic Mosque (Mosque of the Divinity) in Dakar, Senegal

Travelling in Senegal: Top 10 Sights in Dakar

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It feels weird that I can’t write “backpacking in Senegal” as I’d be lying. I have never gone backpacking in Senegal, but I have been travelling there and I still was able to see the sights I wanted despite being …

World Borders: My Crazy Adventure from Dakar in Senegal to Serrekunda, The Gambia

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This is an odd entry in my world borders series. It sounds really easy and it should be, but it turned into a topsy turvy adventure and I really didn’t know what was ahead, looking back it appears to have …

#MSMLostLuggage Challenge with Money Supermarket: Top 5 Benefits I Noticed

#MSMLostLuggage Challenge with Money Supermarket: Top 5 Benefits I Noticed

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While I was really out in Africa to prove why travel insurance is so important and to prove that it is difficult to cope without your belongings, there were some odd benefits to it, some which I would never have …

#MSMLostLuggage Challenge with Money Supermarket: Top 5 Issues I Had

#MSMLostLuggage Challenge with Money Supermarket: Top 5 Problems I Had

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“No woman; no cry” – Bob Marley. In my attempts to try and pretend I am a hardcore backpacker, and could slay any beast at the drop of a visa issuance, I headed to Africa on a crazy 12 day …

Friday’s Featured Food: Barbecued Fish and Flag Beer on N’Gor Beach, Dakar, Senegal

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When your life takes you to a gorgeous beach miles from your hometown, with barely another tourist in sight, with ice cold local beer, kids playing football and the best barbecued fish you’ve ever had, you can’t help but think …

Watching Belly Dancing in Restaurant Farid, Dakar, Senegal

Thirsty Thursdays: Watching Belly Dancing in Restaurant Farid, Dakar, Senegal

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As a bit of a treat on my last few nights in Senegal, I was invited to a night of belly dancing, drinks and Lebanese style hospitality in the heart of downtown Dakar. Thanks to the fact I was staying …

Visting A Pink Lake! : My Trip to Lac Rose in Senegal

Visting A Pink Lake! : My Trip to Lac Rose in Senegal

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I just love stuff like this. I grew up in the small town of Bangor in Northern Ireland. It was bliss but we never had places like this. A pink lake? Yes, a lake with a pink tint. But on …

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