Wednesday, 4 January 2017

One of the best country in Africa: Senegal.

Within fifty-four countries in Africa, there are a lot of places to discover. The West is also another beautiful side-part of Africa with its delicate nature. The capital city of Senegal, Dakar, is one of the best city to spend the rest of your life or being on holiday for a few weeks enjoying the amazing sunny beach, clubs and the friendly Senegalese people. What a dream that came through in my life to spend a couple of days in the city and also adventuresome exciting places. I experienced a lot on my first time traveling outside the Gambia to a neighboring country within a drive of few hours between the Senegal border and The Gambia.
I wake up every morning at 7 a.m. and go for a hike; these are moments of my life that I ever felt like a rich white tourist. On my vacation, I was staying a place called Tan-gage, Dakar. The only problem I face through was communication. Senegal is a French country while the country I am from The Gambia is an English country and to be honest I can’t speak French, so it was kind of tough to communicate with the Senegalese people. The only process that helps me through - I was able to speak a local language called Wolof, which most of the Senegalese people can speak and also connected with the tribe.

The Wolof is also another tribe in Senegal, which majority of them comes from Saloum, most of the Senegalese are Wolof or Serer which their surnames go like Njie, Jobe, Nyang. According to history Wolofs and the Serers are the most populated tribe than any other tribes in the country, but I can assure you that Senegal is a blessing land and the people welcomes anyone from anywhere worldwide. “Senegal dega tranga la”.

Nothing could make you happy than having lunch with one of their best food called "Benachin" Senegal is one of the most beautiful countries you could spend your holiday with peace of mind and safety - the Gambia neighboring country is also another smiling coast. During my vacation I felt safe and comfortable.

Jerejeff Senegal Njie.. (Thank You Senegal)


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