Finishing our rally in Senegal – Lac Rose, Gorée Island, Dakar

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Among all the things to see and do near Dakar, Senegal, there are two that usually stand out. Those are the Pink Lake and the Gorée Island. They may sound touristy, but in reality, Pink Lake was almost deserted when we … Read More

Senegal – the beauty of arts

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Yesterday we enjoyed wildlife, baobabs, and beaches in Senegal. It’s time to move on to the long-awaited chill and relax time and the time to enjoy the beauty of arts.   Popenguine Today we’re allowed to sleep late, because we … Read More

Senegal – the outlander reserve and the shell island

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We wake up in our eco Casa Verde nearby the beach. The beach that is usually full of Senegalese men from Mbour working out… Bandia Reserve Nearby the Bandia reserve is located. Most animals in it are immigrants from South … Read More

Senegal – the full of contrasts Saint Louis

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  We haven’t finished with the Lompoul desert romance yet Bedouins wake up and climb barefoot to the “breakfast diner” (last night it was the dinner hall and all the time it’s a tent). After a hearty breakfast (sorry, camels) … Read More

Senegal – explore the streets of Dakar

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  The beginning of an adventure The hackathon for improving the tax administration in Senegal is over. We leave “the prison” of our five-star hotel in Dakar. Time to see real life on the streets of the capital. The first … Read More

Planning a trip to Senegal

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How do we choose our next destinations? Sometimes they choose us. This is exactly what happened with Senegal. The westernmost country in Africa chose us. After a two-day hackathon event about tax administration of Senegal, we were planning to stay a … Read More

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