Those who know me are aware that I am definitely no night crawler but Senegambia makes you appreciate the night life, and the best part is Gambia is a safe Country.
Somewhere in Serekunda, around the market area is said to have a lot of bumsters (their equivalent to the Lagos Area boys) but the worse that could happen with the bummsters is the occasional petty theft when you are not looking, no violent crimes! gosh! and my Gambian friends would swear that the petty thefts are done by the Senegalese who live amongst them.
The country is ridiculously safe!
You get hassled alot here, bumsters and traders bugging you to buy stuff, but I guess they are just trying to make a living as honestly as they can, especially in economy that depends on a seasonal income which is their high season in tourism (November-April).
I know I have been full of praises for my hotel and the town, but gosh I am beginning to look forward to coming home o, I want to cook my own food and eat what i really want jare.
The hotel food today was crap, Spaghetti Bolognaise was all sliced onions (apparently no one sent this hotel the memo saying DIANAH AIGIOMAWU DOES NOT LIKE SLICED ONIONS!)
Well, on the lovely side, slept off on the beach again, lovely and peaceful as usual.
Will tell you all about my Outing with someone we fondly call "Uncle George" and the Nigerian guy, Ade who owns/run the lovely restaurant African Queen in SeneGambia, right now I gotta get dressed so I have gist for y'all tomorrow.
Still reporting Live, From The Gambia (Have always wanted to say that.lol)