Catégorie : Senegal

Waiting for the Rain : The dust storm 0

Waiting for the Rain : The dust storm

Hello ! I know, I haven’t post for a while. No inspiration, nothing to talk about… or maybe too much thing to say but no motivation to write it down. Luckily something really easy to talk about and, potentially interesting for you, happens yesterday : A dust storm. Sounds scary ? Maybe you are wondering...

St Louis : Pictures 1

St Louis : Pictures

As I said in my last post, I was in St Louis this last weekend. Fresh air, sea bath, bird-watching and so on… It was great. As usual, I  took some pictures and I want to share with you four of them.There’s a comment about each picture if you click on it. Enjoy!

Two months after… 0

Two months after…

Hello, I’ve been in Senegal for more than two months now and, these last days my mood is kind of waving. Sometime, I feel tired, my job useless and I believed that the only way to find again my energy is to accomplish my journey around the world that I was about to start. Sometimes...

Senegalese Independence day, 1960 – 2009 0

Senegalese Independence day, 1960 – 2009

Hello, Today is a special day in Senegal. Forty-nine years ago, the Senegal obtained its independence from France. It was the end of the official colonization of the country and today, the 4th of April, Matam is celebrating this event. Our organization received three invitation from the governor.  No one was interested and, arbitrary, the...

Les Monuments historiques de Matam 0

Les Monuments historiques de Matam

Matam n’est pas connu pour son tourisme, mais, en cherchant bien, quelques monuments témoignant d’un passé et d’une activité commerciale et coloniale révolue ne peuvent certes pas valoir un déplacement, mais au moins une photo. Le cimetière français – The French Graveyard Difficile d’imaginer que c’était un cimetière de Toubab. Seules quelques croix en fer, tordues,...