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04/30/2015

SPRING 2015, ISSUE 2

Teranga Newsletter blog, CIEE Dakar, Senegal

SPRING 2015

EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING

EXCURSIONS

At Sobo Badè students took classes in batik, African dance, or drumming. EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNINGEXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING

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Exploring the weekend trip to Toubab Dialaw, a seaside resort that is located about 50 km (or 31 miles) southeast of DakarEXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNINGThe latest cultural excursion that was carried not long ago; is an integral and important section of the program that students greatly appreciate.EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING
We visited Mar Lodj, one of the islands of the unpolluted wonderfully quiet setting of the saloum delta region.
EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNINGAfter a delicious lunch with one of Senegalese national dish, we took a pirogue (boat) tour of the mangoves!
EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNINGThe next day we took the horse carts for a tour of the villages within the island of Mar Lodj.
EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNINGVisiting the church of the village in Mar Lodaj: This part of the country we have christians and muslims living together and no one can tell who is christian or muslim.
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The village organized a traditional wrestling competition from the ethnic group of the area to show us an aspect of the Senegalese culture.
EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNINGThe big baobab tree of the village full of history of the ancestors EXPLORING, LIVING & LEARNING














 

 

 

 

 

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