Bucket List 196: Guinea-Bissau!

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Country 36/196: Guinea-Bissau. A world away from its bustling neighbours, Guinea-Bissau is one of the hidden gems of Africa. Visited by less than thirty thousand people each year, the country is untouched by touristy developments and culture-sapping big business. The capital, Bissau, is a shabby-yet-charming former Portuguese port city, which provides the gateway to some of the most beautiful and unknown islands on earth: the Bijagós. The locals are welcoming but quiet and you can easily fly under the radar here, which suited me perfectly.

The Road Travelled

Tales From Guinea-Bissau

I Gambialieve My Luck

October 17th, 2019 Jack Noah Rees Last week, I began my African adventure in earnest, as I went island and visa hopping around the Senegalese capital. This week, I attempt to intersect three extraordinary countries, as the road (and my T-shirt tan) worsens by the day. Day 8 – Serrekunda, The Gambia Welcome to The Gambia! Were the words of the…

 

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Country: 36/196     Visited: Autumn ’19

 

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