News from the Four Corners
Along the Gambia: Days 3-5
May 27, 2018 In
[ Bissau, Guinea-Bissau ] The next days were marked by the rhythms of Ramadan, the heat (now 36-38C/97-100F in the afternoon), and a new mechanical problem with the bicycle:...
Along the Gambia: Day 2
May 24, 2018 In
[ Bissau, Guinea-Bissau ] On Day 2 I turned inland, hoping to follow the south shore of the Gambia river for a few days. Most travelers never venture into The Gambia’s...
Along the Gambia: Day 1
May 23, 2018 In
[ Bissau, Guinea-Bissau ] Greetings from Bissau, the capital of Guinea-Bissau–the fifth (undisputed) African nation on my itinerary. Getting here took me thirteen days,...
Errands (and more Drums)
May 22, 2018 In
[ Serrekunda, The Gambia ] Today’s ostensible itinerary had two easy-to-follow steps: (1) Pick up my visa from the Guinea-Bissau Consulate (2) Hit the road I succeeded...
Djembes & The Central Market
May 18, 2018 In
[ Serrekunda, The Gambia ] It’s probably premature, but I love The Gambia. Yeah yeah. I know. I love everywhere I find myself, somehow or another. Totally predictable,...
Getting to The Gambia
May 16, 2018 In
[ Serrekunda, The Gambia ] Greetings one and all, and Ramadan Kareem! I’m writing you from Serrekunda, The Gambia, where I’ll be staying a few more days until...
Urban Life: Dakar
April 27, 2018 In
[ Dakar, Senegal] Bonjour Transglobalistes! Today is my 10th day in the capital–so far a fantastic experience. I have been piecing together places to stay from CouchSurfing...
Saint Louis & Guet N’Dar
April 11, 2018 In
[ Saint Louis, Senegal] When you consider I’ve been in Saint Louis for two weeks, I have precious little to show for it. Was I sick for more than a week of that time?...
Off the Map. At Last.
March 26, 2018 In
[ Saint Louis, Senegal] Late on the afternoon of March 25th I found myself in Diawling National Park, running out of daylight and boxed in by the Senegal River on one side,...
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