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Runoko Rashidi writes about his Roots experience

Runoko Rashidi writes about his Roots experience

Greetings Family,

I hope you are well. It is not often these days that I take the time as I once did to pen notes on yahoo about my travels. I spend so much time on Facebook these days! But today I felt the need. I just returned from the

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Why they call us Toubab? Spanish girl, Manuela writes

Why they call us Toubab? Spanish girl, Manuela writes

Is curious to see how a child who is still learning to talk, the first thing he says when he sees a white person is toubab. Imagine what would happen in the opposite situation?

If in Europe, a child says to a black personblack– it is frowned upon by society and

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A letter from Devon, England: The Adams family getting ready for the Bajana Marathon

A letter from Devon, England: The Adams family getting ready for the Bajana Marathon

Hello Gambia!

We are looking forward to visiting the Smiling Coast for the Bajana Marathon and Cultural Festival on the 19thApril, 2014. My mum (Amanda), Dad (Geoff) and I will be taking part in the running event held by the GVT Volunteers. This will be our first run in The

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Introducing our new tourism page with Alhagie Bojang

Introducing our new tourism page with Alhagie Bojang

The advent of tourism in the Gambia in 1965 comes with great expectations for a young independent nation that does not have many natural resources at the time. Depending on agricultural products for export to earn the much needed foreign exchange, Bertil Harding’s accidental visit was a blessing that will

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