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Be Apart of Girls' Camp!

Hello all!

I hope you all had a great 4th of July! I wanted to write a quick note about a camp that I will be involved with in August. 135 more words

First Year Posts

Beating Your Clothes Against a Rock

Ok, so I exaggerate a bit. But I am kicking it old school with the laundry. Yes, I could pay the nice Senegalese woman that my landlord kindly sent to my door to do my laundry. 167 more words


Welcome to my blog!  An American In Dakar.  I’m here to share my experiences living in Dakar, Senegal.

I’m not in the Peace Corps, nor do I work for the embassy.   130 more words

Mango and Rice Noodles: My Summer as a Chinese Expat in Africa, II

During lunch and dinner time at the business management office of around twelve people that I’m working at for the summer, many tales are told, retold and maybe dramatized on how some Chinese people came to Africa without knowing a thing about it got rich over night. 993 more words


07/05 | Tukkiman at The Red Line Tap

Author, composer, performer and sound engineer, Tukki is an artist with several strings to his bow. To understand the origin of his vocation, you must go back to his childhood in the «teranga» country known as Senegal. 43 more words


7 sites in Senegal you won’t want to miss

Senegal attracts tourists and world travelers alike with its rich colonial past and stunning scenery.

The country, which is situated in West Africa near Mauritania and Mali, has a vast history involving French intervention and colonization and is also remembered for its impactful participation in events like the… 74 more words