Senegal: Inside a 60,000 seat stadium, elaborate preparation and swagger as two contestants enter the ring for La Lutte, or The Struggle, a popular sport in West Africa.
A day in life During Africa travels Without Seeing a Thing, but Feeling a Lot By Tony Giles This trip began back in the middle of February 2012. I flew to Morocco, totally blind and partially deaf, but travelling solo. My mission: to attempt to visit several countries in north and west Africa in about seven weeks. […]
Senegal: Peanut Stew, Pirogues & Mbalax: Everything fits, everything allows By Urban Nilmander Hot, dusty, chaotic, no directly interesting sights, annoying hustlers, broken sidewalks and traffic infarcts every day. The face of Senegal is all about the people. Open, smiling, generous people, an explosion of colors, fantastic food and a music scene among the best […]
By Federico Arrizabalaga Sandoval Getting there “Look out, a rabbit!” And sure enough, out of nowhere a rabbit hopped across the road from right to left. Surprisingly, though, it appeared that the driver had swerved towards the animal instead of away from it. We came to a stop, pulled back 20 meters, and stopped again. […]