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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


Bittersweet Anniversary

Today is the one-year anniversary of when I left for Peace Corps Guinea.

It also marks the eleven-month anniversary of when I arrived back in the US after being evacuated from Guinea due to the Ebola outbreak. 653 more words

The Senegal Timer: Libya and Senegal Diplomatic Ties [NYT]

The New York Times actually mentioned once the “Dakar Incident” in an article without headline published on 6 November 1988.

Senegal’s Government decided today to restore diplomatic relations with Libya, giving Col.

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"The Battle Rages On" (Living in a box 3)

We have now been “on the road” for 100 days and our 6th country. Since my last post we have purchased an outside plastic carpet to help cut down on the amount of sand that ends up in “The Col K” and it has definitely been worth Vinnie carrying it back from a Souk in 40+ degree heat in Ouarzazate. 1,831 more words