After my beach massage, that evening my Gambian waitress girlfriend comes to Sarjes hotel with two local African guys selling smart mobile phones. They have about 6 sample smart phones with them and of course my girlfriend wants the most expensive one…
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I meet my waitress girlfriend that evening, she comes back to Sarjes hotel with me, another reason not to see her every night is so I dont have to pay that 700D joiner fee. But I am not paying her, not yet, not directly, just taking her out to the best restaurants along the Senegambia and enjoying the company.
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While having a drink in a restaurant along the senegambia strip with my date a Gambian waitress, I ask her back to my hotel. She agrees but says no sex. Not sure I believed her but she had to go on the defence to allow herself to say yes. So we walk back to Sarjes hotel…
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I get talking to a few of the old guys in Sarjes hotel who have tales to tell. One of them is dating a local Gambian girl who is working in the hotel kitchen. He tells me she is strict Muslim and the only way he will be able to have sex with her is by first marrying her 🙂 When he first arrived he intended to have lots of fun…
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Much the same routine each day in the Gambia, up at 7AM and down to the breakfast hall in the Sarjes hotel where I am usually the only patron and then a walk through the Kairaba and along Kololi beach. Each day the weather has been kind but you do get a cool strong breeze blowing off the Atlantic
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My day times in Gambia and Kololi were starting to take on a structure, I was getting up at 7AM and down to the breakfast hall in the Sarjes hotel where I was alone and if I was lucky could fill my plate up with hot sausages, baked beans and freshly baked bread. After breakfast I would walk through the Kairaba hotel to Kololi beach for a morning walk….
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The flight to Gambia or Bangul airport was from Gatwick London and flying with Monarch leaving at 9:30AM. The flight is 6 hours which is not too long another good thing about taking a vacation in this part of West Africa. Even so I paid a premium for extra legroom. Dinner on the flight was included in the package but any drinks or snacks you had to pay for.
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From a UK perspective, there is a great site with loads of money saving tips and a really good section on saving money for travel. Its here I learn about credit cards that you load up with your own cash that give the best exchange rate for using a card and never block as its only your own money. As my holiday to Gambia was a package deal I read the articles on getting the cheapest package deals
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Before travelling to somewhere exotic like Gambia in West Africa the travel advice is to visit your doctor 8 weeks before you leave. The doctor will then determine by country what vaccinations you may need. The last time I saw the doctor relative to travel was early 2002 when I visit Goa in India, which was my first trip to the third world, where I was expected to take anti malaria tablets daily.
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Been considering a return to Africa for a few years now as mongering in other parts of the world has become too commercialised as developing countries economies have vastly improved over the last 10 years. From no kissing in Costa Rica to Gogos full of Coyote dancers or Fuglies in Thailand, the girlfriend experience has all but gone. Africa being the final frontier.
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I am off to Gambia soon, I booked this trip up a few months back. I feel like my life is changing now. The pressure of work reached boiling point and I have now left. We come to an amicable agreement though and am currently on ‘Gardening leave’. So will continue to receive pay for the next couple of months and will be cashing in my shares that have rocketed in recent years, partly due to my contribution 🙂 Continue reading Mid Life Crisis