The community used to store grain in special storage huts. These huts stand on stilts because the mud flat gets flooded each high tide. Insects and rodents don't like salt water much. So when huts were used as storage there were fewer rats and bugs in the flour.
Senegal II - South of Dakar January 4th 2018 Tree hugging, oyster "eating" and more
You are now reading the second part of our trip in Senegal. The previous blog entry included what we saw in Dakar and north thereof. In this we will tell you about the places we visited south of Dakar.
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Africa » Senegal Independent from France in 1960, Senegal joined with The Gambia to form the nominal confederation of Senegambia in 1982. However, the envisaged integration of the two countries was never carried out, and the union was dissolved in 1989. Despite peace... ... read more
We are Emma Holmbro and Ake Dahllof. We live in Stockholm, Sweden.
We have travelled more or less regularly since the mid 1990-ies and it seems like the more we travel the more difficult it is to decide where to go next. Not because we are running out of places to visit but because we find more places we want to go to faster than we manage to travel to them.
Some of the things from our travel bucket list we have ticked off since we started this blog in 2006 are
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