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The journey is taking its toll, but…

20 AUGUST 2015, SENEGAL

Our bodies are tired. The thousands of kilometers are starting to take their toll on all of us. We have had moments of anger and …


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167

Leaving Gambia.

13 AUGUST 2015, GAMBIA

It’s been a good week, a very wet week, but none the less a week of new memories. Now we pack hastily again and head …


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166

The creators of things.

13 AUGUST 2015, GAMBIA

All over this beautiful continent we have visited markets and been privy to the work of many skilled people; incredible creators who unfortunately don’t get …


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165

My new hero.

13 AUGUST 2015, GAMBIA

Halimatou Jallow is a mother of 3. Everyday she wakes up and goes to the local food market. Here she buys the ingredients to make …


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164

Art in Makasutu.

13 AUGUST 2015, GAMBIA

The walls of the villages in Makasutu are a canvas for contemporary art. Driving through the village of Makasutu was like driving through an art …


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163

Rugby day.

13 AUGUST 2015, GUINEA BISSAU

Rugby in Bissau is brand new. A group of locals have taken it upon themselves to organise a team and get kids involved in the …


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162

Children’s SOS.

13 AUGUST 2015, GUINEA BISSAU

Today we visited the Guinea Bissau children’s SOS. The children’s SOS is the biggest orphan aiding initiative in the world and is represented in over …


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161

It feels good to dance.

13 AUGUST 2015, GUINEA BISSAU

Ever since i was a child, I’ve always loved the saxaphone. I think my mother had something to do with it because she had a …


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160

A time to be kids again.

13 AUGUST 2015, GUINEA BISSAU

After waking up with no set plans, we thought we’d explore and see what would jump out at us. Well, how about a game of …


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159

Guinea Bissau.

13 AUGUST 2015, GUINEA BISSAU

With a population of of just under 2 million, this isn’t a very big country. To avoid confusion with its neighbour Guniea, the name Bissau …