Pointe de Sarène

Trip Start Dec 17, 2005
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Trip End Dec 31, 2005


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Saturday, December 24, 2005

We took a bus which brought us near mbour, the place from where we could go further to the south, so the bus left us at the beginning of a track but we couldn't see the end of it. We've walked for 35 min and then arrived in a little village where the kids said to us "toubab" greeting us. Toubab means "the white guy, the foreigner" but it is not nasty. So a guy called Goda asked us whether we needed help and we said yes. he brought us to the camp site described in our guide which was 1km from the village and isolated, we arrived by night and a french woman welcomed us and showed us our room. This place was really nice!! After that we went back to the village and ate with locals who were very funny. We discovered a local meal called lakh but pronounced "larr" which is millet in curdled milk, this is very energetic and very good.
Our friend Goda is a special person because he helped us, showed us where to eat, he is working in a hotel every night and the day he's working in gardens. He also teaches religion and others courses to kids from this village that's why they call him Goda because his real name was Thaddeo.
The day after we took advantage of the Ocean and took some rest....
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