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Just a feel

Okay so I finally have photos. These are probably not the best shots that I could have taken but I just took random ones from the car as we were driving around so that you could all glimpse into my world. Enjoy and more to come soon.

This is a Baobob tree (not sure if I spelled it right). There are magnificent and huge and all over the place. There is a myth that they have about the tree I have heard and I will try and find it to share with you.

This is one of the main roads close to my house in the market section. Here you can get fish, shrimp and tons of veggies and fruits. It is probably about a 30 minute walk from my new house.

This is a huge arch that the government built in Banjul as soon as you come into the city. There is one problem though....

This is a small road and bridge just down from our house. In the rainy season there is water here but in the dry it is all gone.

This was one of the roads we were driving down close to our house on Sunday and there were tons of people out. We think that they were all going to the local football pitch to play and to watch.

The road actually goes directly under the arch but the government is worried that the arch will fall on top of the cars and road so it is blocked and traffic is diverted down a side street. (Good quality construction here hey?)

This is the path leading down to my classroom. The building that I am in has both the grade 1/2's and 3/4's and is at the back of the compound and is quite nice and peaceful.

This is my classroom. I know it doesn't look like much but it is coming alone and soon will look much nicer.

The door almost in the middle of the picture is my classroom.

A really cool Christian cemetery just outside of Banjul (the city) and it is right on the beach. It is crazy but cool and is huge, I think it would be a great place to be buried, look at the view.



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This is one of the main roads close to my house in the market section. Here you can get fish, shrimp and tons of veggies and fruits. It is probably about a 30 minute walk from my new house.

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This is a Baobob tree (not sure if I spelled it right). There are magnificent and huge and all over the place. There is a myth that they have about the tree I have heard and I will try and find it to share with you.

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This is a small road and bridge just down from our house. In the rainy season there is water here but in the dry it is all gone.

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This is a huge arch that the government built in Banjul as soon as you come into the city. There is one problem though....

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The road actually goes directly under the arch but the government is worried that the arch will fall on top of the cars and road so it is blocked and traffic is diverted down a side street. (Good quality construction here hey?)

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This was one of the roads we were driving down close to our house on Sunday and there were tons of people out. We think that they were all going to the local football pitch to play and to watch.

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This is the path leading down to my classroom. The building that I am in has both the grade 1/2's and 3/4's and is at the back of the compound and is quite nice and peaceful.

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The door almost in the middle of the picture is my classroom.

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This is my classroom. I know it doesn't look like much but it is coming alone and soon will look much nicer.

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A really cool Christian cemetery just outside of Banjul (the city) and it is right on the beach. It is crazy but cool and is huge, I think it would be a great place to be buried, look at the view.