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Arriving in Banjul
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-12-15 19:50:21
My daughter made up her mind that she wants to travel to Gambia. Doesn't sound to safe, does it? how is the weather there? what is the most common food?? what are the dangers and the difficulties she could run into on her trip to   More...
Submitted by Dem on 2008-12-13 09:27:38
Hey Pablo Well you're right that the English influences is felt in here. Most Gambians in the past are known to be illiterates.. But then, changes has arise in Nation wide now a days that English is spoken frequently by every individual.   More...
Submitted by pablo on 2008-12-12 06:12:51
I imagine that the English influences are felt even today, isn't it so? What about the local traditions how did they   More...
Topic: Gambia

 
Koronadal City, Mindanao’s Melting Pot.
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-12-12 05:58:24
Heya) this is not the first article you post about Philippines, is it? well i really got curios about the place and i wanted to ask whether you traveled over there by self or you live there? very detailed articles you post describing a lot of   More...
Topic: Philippines

 
Arriving in Banjul
Submitted by Dem on 2008-12-12 05:31:14
Yes.... the official language of this country is English. The Gambia was a British colony state and gained independence on February 18 1965. She's counted among the smallest countries in Africa. Is being surrounded almost all sides by Senegal   More...
Topic: Gambia

 
Bike Trip through the North of Spain
Submitted by lumipozo on 2008-12-11 17:22:55
it took me just those 6 days I've divided the trip in. In my counter-speed appearded 655kms, but checking in Google maps it just shows about 560 kms, that is a huge difference. I want to thank u for reading my   More...
Submitted by lumipozo on 2008-12-11 17:22:26
In the blog I don't explain the back trip because it just took me 2 days to go from the end of this trip back to San Sebastian, there is nothing interesting to talk about but kilometers and kilometers of roads.   More...
Topic: Bicycle Tours

 
Arriving in Banjul
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-12-11 12:50:53
well officially languge is english. we were colonised by british and located in west africa surrounded by senegal. is a small country with not more than 4millions people including   More...
Topic: Gambia

 
Bike Trip through the North of Spain
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-12-11 10:21:02
I don't live in mainland Spain but in the Canary Islands on Tenerife, which is very popular with cyclists. The islands have amazing countryside and I know that much of mainland Spain does too. I have an article with photos about Tenerife here:   More...
Topic: Bicycle Tours

 
Arriving in Banjul
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-12-11 08:43:36
English is the official language in Gambia, believe it or   More...
Topic: Gambia

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