Visitors to The Gambia are frequently told that the country is the kind of place to make friends. In some ways it would be difficult not to, as I found out when I went to write a travel article in November 2006.
Following the success of ‘Nyodema by the Sea’ back in June, where enough money was raised to finish the first classroom in Dairuharu, The Gambia, the team at ‘Nyodema’ couldn’t resist hosting another event on the August bank holiday weekend with an exciting variety of music from around the world from Bognor Regis to Africa! [...]
My first visit to The Gambia only lasted a tantilising 72 hours, but it was just enough to make me want to return. I was kept busy visiting Makasutu, Tanji fishing village and got a glimpse of Gambian village life and a Nursery School.
Banjul Airport in The Gambia has been included in the top 10 airports in the world…
Just a quick post to say that Anna Saillet, who wrote a guest post for this blog back in June 2009, has a piece in the August 2010 edition of Horse magazine., detailing her time volunteering for the Horse and Donkey Trust in The Gambia. We’d like to pass our congratulations to Anna.