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Volkswagen celebrates one-two win at "little Dakar" | Puro Off Road

Carlos Sainz and Lucas Cruz Senra, secured third place on the final stage of the rally regarded as the toughest and longest cross-country after the legendary “Dakar” and thus clinched overall victory. On the tenth and last special stage between Caicó and Natal, which covered 85 kilometers of narrow gravel tracks and sandy sections, Nasser Al-Attiyah and Timo Gottschalk took the stage win and finished as the overall runners-up, just 1m 09s behind Sainz and Cruz Senra. The team-internal duel for stage victories ended in a score of 6:4 for the newly formed duo Al-Attiyah/Gottschalk. The [suite...]

Date: 2009-07-03 18:39:25

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Surprising Senegal - Budget Travel

Tourists use Dakar as a base, and cheap but modern hotels in the city center are not hard to fine. Try the four-star Hotel la Croix Sud (20 Avenue Albert Sarraut, +221/889-7878; lacroixdusud.net), a classy and chic hotel with renovated rooms with TV, private baths, and a sophisticated lounge in a 1951 building, in the center of Dakar near the main plaza of the city, Place D'Independence. Smart rooms start at a cool $108. A more simple option is the L'Oceanic Hotel (5 rue de Thann; +221/822-2044) near the main market in Dakar. It's popular with French tourists, has a cozy patio bar, and rooms [suite...]

Date: 2004-05-26 04:00:00

rallye dakar 2008 annulé

Dakar-2008: annulation du rallye pour raisons de sécurité en Mauritanie 2008-01-04 18:05:27 PARIS (AFP) Le rallye Dakar-2008 a été annulé , pour la première fois de son histoire, pour des raisons de sécurité, ont annoncé les organisateurs (Amaury Sport Organisation, ASO). "Après différents échanges avec le gouvernement français -en particulier le ministère des Affaires étrangères- et compte tenu de ses fermes recommandations, les organisateurs du Dakar ont pris la décision d'annuler l'édition 2008 du rallye, programmée du 5 au 20 janvier entre Lisbonne et la [suite...]

Date: 2008-01-04 18:11:58

Candy for the Eyes or My African Mail Order Bride ...

How was your night over there in your country,i believe you had a nice night and that the arthmosphere over there in your country is very nice today? Mine is a little bit warm over here in Dakar Senegal. My name is Lillian Bacon  i am (24) but age doesn’t matter in a real relationship, so i am confortable with your age,I am from Rwanda in East Africa  ,5.4ft tall, light in complexion single,(never married ) and presently i am residing here in Dakar as a result of the civil war that was fought  in my country some years ago. My late father Dr Philip Bacon;  was a politician and the [suite...]

Date: 2010-08-31 18:18:21

Dakar West Africa, Dakar city, Dakar Senegal tourism

Dakar is one of the undiscovered pearls of West Africa, although you might know it best for the annual rally that it lends its name to. And just as the Paris-Dakar Rally is not just any conventional rally you might be used to following, Dakar is unlike any African experience you might have undertaken. Exuberant and vivacious, Dakar has burst into life ever since it cast off three centuries of French colonialism in 1960 and it is almost as if the city has been racing against time itself to make up for every lost moment it had to endure. Dakar is dragging Senegal screaming and dancing by the [suite...]

Date: 2010-08-17 09:30:48

Argentina BLOG » Post » Dakar Rally as a travel destination

The seven stages in as many days in Chile and the ubiquitous Atacama Desert form the heart of the Dakar Rally. The world’s driest region, 100 times drier than Death Valley sets the scene for four stages. From Copiapó via Antofagasta to Iquique and back again – the Great North, a plateau zone with the saltpetre-rich boulder and stone desert, is the most demanding part of the “Dakar” from the technological and sporting aspects. Iquique, the most northern point of the rally and popular holiday resort for surfers owes its pleasant climate and high humidity, in contrast to the weather [suite...]

Date: 2009-12-28 18:09:55

Joyce williams: in the refugee camp here in Dakar

... a little bit hot over here in Dakar Senegal, my name is Joyce williams from Liberia in West in West Africa , 5.7ft tall, fair in complexion, (never married before) i am 24 years old, and Presently i am residing in the refugee camp [suite...]

Date: 2010-08-23 07:09:32

Dakar Drift King - StanceWorks

lulz. Little vid I just threw together. First part I wanted to show you guys my driveway that I go up and down everyday and the second part we were just testing out the cam. I didnt mean for the clips to be together but it made me lol combined with the music. haha enjoi [suite...]

Date: 2010-08-22 03:04:16

Angel William: killed my mother and father

Mine a little hot over here in Dakar Senegal My name is Miss Angel William (23years) single and never married, i am from Liberia in West Africa and presently i am residing in the refugee camp here in Dakar Senegal as a result of the [suite...]

Date: 2010-09-06 08:26:12

Marika Aron: Supongo que lo estás haciendo bien

Thanks for your reply to my mail, How is your day my dear? I guess nice. Mine is a little bit hot over here in Dakar Senegal. My name is Marika Aron I'm 24 years, from Ivory Coast in. West Africa. I am 5' 7" tall, Fair in complexion, [suite...]

Date: 2010-09-13 21:25:17

mirabel Arona: help me transfer this money to your account

I guess nice. Mine is a little bit hot over here in Dakar Senegal. My name is mirabel Arona I'm 23years, from Ivory Coast in. West Africa. I am 5' 7" tall, Fair in complexion, Single (never married before) I am presently residing [suite...]

Date: 2010-09-11 19:27:55

Looking back at what was penned

Thursday 2/28/2008 9:05am Dakar, Ganalé Hotel Voila! I’ve arrived safely in Senegal. Thank God! I had a very good flight, enjoyed the food, and most of all, I am enjoying a book I purchased at the JFK airport called ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ by Elizabeth Gilbert. In many ways I can relate to her experiences and her passions and I really love it. Right now I’m at the hotel. It’s pretty nice. I have air-conditioning and a TV! My supervisor will be dropping by at 12:40pm and we’ll have lunch. Hmmm…food. I’m actually pretty hungry. I wonder if I’ll like the local food. But that’s [suite...]

Date: 2008-06-06 18:12:00

Damien Masterson » Blog Archive » Live from DAKAR - 3/10

Not too far from Timbuktu… Folks, the last year has been a whirlwind of activity, much of it centered around the African continent. Since my last update, I have returned to West Africa, spending a couple of weeks in Dakar, then a month in Abidjan, and now I’m back in the D-a-k-a-r. For those of you that have called my cell phone and gotten my voice recording, I say that I am out of the country “indefinitely”… My goal here in Dakar is to set up a small rehearsal/recording studio that I can use to produce a couple of albums, and to rent out at affordable rates to others. My work [suite...]

Date: 2010-08-29 08:51:16

bthere: Inflight Magazine Brussels Airlines » Magazine Archive ...

Text Chloë Greenbank Images Corbis, Chloë Greenbank World-class historical sites, lush nature parks, beautiful beaches and more – Senegal has it all 10 Reasons to visit Senegal 1 Its groove Senegal, and Dakar in particular, has a well-earned reputation for its music and nightlife. Its most recognised genre is the pulsating contemporary rhythm of Mbalax, popularised worldwide by local music legend Youssou N’Dour. The Senegalese star not only has his own recording studios in the capital, but also has his own club – Club Thiossane (Sicap Rue 10, La Medina) – and usually takes to [suite...]

Date: 2008-11-01 14:44:59


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Date: 2005-04-14 07:00:00

MinasVet Guaxupé: Nomes para o seu animal

Dakar. Dalila. Dama. Dan-dan. Dana. Dandara. Danger. Danúbio. Dante. Danka. Dara. Dark. Darling. Dartagnan. Dasha. Debbie. Debutante. Deg. Demétrius. Dendê. Dexter. Dengosa. Dexter. Diadorim. Diamante. Dick. Dickens. Dimitri. Dindim. Dino. Didi. Dinho. Dino. Dobby. Doc. Docinho. Dolly. Dominik. Domênica. Donna. Donatello. Dorinha. Dory. Doty. Doug. Draco. Dragão. Duende. Drica. Duck. Duda. Dudu. Duke. Duna. Dunga. Duque. Duquesa. Dusty. Dylan. E Ed. ET. Ebony. Eclipse. Édipo. Eisntein. Elf. Egon. Eid. Eike. Eimy. Einstein. Elka. Elke. Ellie. Elliot. Elmo. Emérson. Emile. Enzo. Etna. [suite...]

Date: 2008-06-19 15:25:00

Arrival in Dakar, Senegal « Will's Way

Dakar airport arrival was relatively painless and practically on time at around 5:40am local time (Greenwich mean time). Descending the portable stairs wheeled up to the airplane, we walked to a bus that took us to the main terminal for baggage. In the bus, I chatted in French, the lingua franca around here, with a friendly guy about what I thought were the Dakar airport closures. He exclaimed with surprise: “Dakar airport will also close?!��? I asked what he meant and he clarified that it was Bamako airport that would be closed for renovations through November 7. So, that solved the [suite...]

Date: 2007-11-03 08:59:57

African food | Food and Drink

African food recipes are centered round a list of ingredients easily found all over the continent. In the whole of sub Saharan Africa, from Dakar (Senegal) to Dar es Salam (Tanzania), southwards to Cape Town (South Africa), most African foods are based on common foodstuffs like: cassava, yam, cocoyam, rice, beans, maize, sorghum, groundnut, coconut, plantain, matoke, millet, melons, sea foods, poultry, beef, goat meat, bush meat, palm oil, potatoes, lentil, beans, cowpeas, vegetables, vegetable oils, and a wide selection of tantalizing of spices. Even Africans in Diaspora have retained a [suite...]

Date: 2010-09-16 23:16:50

Adam's Hospitality & Tourism Industry Blog: Teranga brings Senegal ...

Born to a family of entrepreneurs in Dakar, the capital of Senegal, on the coast of West Africa, Mendy credits her parents for encouraging her endeavors. “The spread of entrepreneurship is so in me that I always knew that I would branch out on my own,’’ she says. Both of her parents had side businesses in addition to their regular jobs, and Mendy and her five siblings, who all live in France, are following that path. “I grew up seeing that, so it was very easy for me to do,’’ she says, although she acknowledges that “easy’’ isn’t the best description for what she’s doing [suite...]

Date: 2010-08-19 03:38:00

Dakar is NOT Senegal

After spending the night having an awesome campfire in a friends’ village we all headed to the beach – where we used to go when we were in training! We spend the night in really cute huts that were Senegalese but clean and adorable. And spent 2 days on the beach…before we left we visited our host families from training and ate at my favorite Senegalese burger shack JNext we headed on over to training. We were supposed to stay with new host families but after a few days the training staff let us stay at the center – basically this means we got more time to hang out with other Americans [suite...]

Date: 2010-08-24 19:43:00

Tourism is thriving Senegal...

Al Afifa - from 50 euros per single room and 56 - for a double, suites - from 70 euros. Climate control in the rooms. Warm water. TV. Pool. To protect themselves from the meeting with a fan instead of climate control (in a hotel with a proud name Continental, for example, air conditioners have only 15 rooms of the 22's), his gaze is drawn to the business-class hotel: double room at Novotel or Sofitel Teranga will cost from 114 euros. However, many inexperienced tourists prefer to rent the vacant houses, and travel around the country to rent a car. Following the advice of the same French, take [suite...]

Date: 2010-02-01 08:18:00

U.S. pressure leads to ban on beggars in Senegal (AP) +Senegal ...

For the first time in recent memory, the streets of Senegal’s capital are largely free of beggars after a police crackdown last week, when the government announced it was banning begging in an effort to comply with the wishes of international donors. Senegal’s penal code outlawed begging years ago, but officials say they recently felt pressure to impose the law because the U.S. has threatened to cut off aid if Senegal does not address human trafficking. Although they say numerous other donor countries and the World Bank have also pushed Senegal to address child begging, a letter from the [suite...]

Date: 2010-09-05 05:32:02

Dakar: 2011 Edition Motorcycles Entries Closed! from Bikes in the ...

We might we at the tail-end of a major financial crisis, with very little money to spend on any luxury, but it looks like some 200 people don't see racing in the Dakar rally as a "luxury". It's become a necessity for many to compete, despite enormous sums of money that are needed to be spent by even the lowest of the competitors. There are so many wanting to ride a motorcycle in the Dakar, that the entry list is closed for motorcycles 2 months ahead of schedule, and the waiting list is now so full that they could organize a 2nd race with it. In the 33rd edition of the now famous, or [suite...]

Date: 2010-09-07 05:45:00

Mini Moto Mayhem | Rally Dakar Videos

Mini Motos have been round in the UK for round ten years now. The first bikes were cobbled together with elements that were already available. Small 2 stroke engines, mainly from garden machinery, have been used. This kind of engine continues to be used today for just a few fashions and is known as an ‘industrial’ engine. But now the mini moto has been given an overhaul and has taken off in popularity. Mini Motos are true miniatures of their larger Super bike cousins. All the particulars that go into the excessive efficiency bikes of right this moment are scaled down. The slick tires, the [suite...]

Date: 2010-09-14 12:28:27

Now is Not the Time to Bring Back the Hustle - Dakar - Real Travel

Nangadef! (Good day!!)Dafacer!! (That's too expensive!!) - My wolof is slowly getting better....An Amusing yet slightly Traumatizing TaleNow that Ramadan is officially over the atmosphere is also quite different! Everything and everyone is livelier and more importantly, art and music shows are starting up again! I'm really hoping to catch one soon! We've also turned a significant corner regarding the weather! Don't get me wrong, sweating is still the national sport, but the humidity has really subsided. Daily life is therefore getting easier and more pleasant! (cause who we kidding here, [suite...]

Date: 2006-10-31 16:01:28

Dakar Doings: Senegalese Words

There are many French words that I learned in Senegal because I am constantly speaking in and listening to French. There are other French words that I learned in Senegal, simply because I live in Senegal. Below, I have tried to compile a list of those words and some appropriate examples of how I have used or have heard these words used in English. Goudron/ goudronner= tar or paved. To get to Chez Alpha books you have take the road that isn’t paved well. Jeûner= to fast Are you fasting for Ramadan, why not? “Coupure de courant”= Power outage People, fed up with the frequent power [suite...]

Date: 2008-11-08 13:20:00

Expatriate Pay: Transport International Cost of Living Ranking 2010

Get the answer wrong and you could spend years on assignment battling to make ends meet with little to show for it. I discuss issues impacting on Expatriate Pay to help Expats make better decisions around their pay. Xpatulator.com This report provides you with the rank of Transport cost of living indexes as at September 2010 for each of our 300 global locations. The indexes are calculated using the prices for specific quantities of the same goods and services in each location, based on expatriate spending patterns across 13 broad categories (Basket Groups). Our calculators make use of the [suite...]

Date: 2010-09-17 21:30:00

tallanna.com | anna hennings » Blog Archive » SF-Philly-Brussels ...

Little did I know, this would be the only sun I’d see in the next two days! Despite my doubts, my bag actually made it all the way through 3 stops and 2 different airlines. Impressive, given the horror stories I’d heard about U.S. Airways. A man with no legs, a wheelchair and a huge smile on his face followed Jen and me to her early-90s BMW 5-series in the parking lot. I wonder how much of his smile was genuine and how much was just for show. Windows down, we drove back home, passing donkey-drawn carts, roadside everything: shanties, food stands, even hair salons. We passed a cow standing [suite...]

Date: 2010-09-12 00:31:57

A Few Things You Should Know About Dakar...

NO TOILET PAPER: This is some general information on traveling in Sub-Saharan Africa, though if Dakar is your first stop, here is where you will learn. Instead of t.p. people use water. Definitely something to adjust to, though it will get you clean if you do the work. If you are going to be adventurous and not be handicapped with a roll of t.p. everywhere you go, rolling with some hand sanitizer may not be a bad idea. 2. NO LEFT HAND: This may not apply to many of you, but it is relevant to me as I am one of the special ones, aka, lefthanded. Here in Senegal, lefthandedness does not exist. [suite...]

Date: 2008-03-10 15:07:00

Expatriate Pay: Senegal, Dakar Cost of Living April 2010

One of the most frightening decisions a person has to make when considering a job abroad is "How much do I need to earn to have a similar standard of living?". Get the answer wrong and you could spend years on assignment battling to make ends meet with little to show for it. I discuss issues impacting on Expatriate Pay to help Expats make better decisions around their pay. Xpatulator.com Country Full Name: Republic of Senegal. Location: Senegal is in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Guinea-Bissau and Mauritania. Country Climate: Tropical; hot, humid; rainy season [suite...]

Date: 2010-06-24 06:00:00

Tales from a Travel-loving Teaching Assistant: In love with Lisboa

A young couple also staying at our hostel joined us (they teach at an international school in Dakar, Africa), and we all enjoyed our time at the small, smoke-free, local hot-spot to get good food and a good show. Shenning and I split a meal of fresh bacalhau (cod… what Portugal is famous for), shrimp, onions, potatoes, and peppers, all of which came in a copper pot and soaking in a simmering sauce. Oh, how I love good seafood. Portugal’s unique musical tradition is called fado, soulful folk music accompanied by twelve-string guitars. Throughout our meal, the lights dimmed for a few [suite...]

Date: 2009-03-06 15:20:00

In Service Training, Goree Island and English Camp

A brother of one of the volunteers was in town so I joined them for a trip to Gorée island.  Gorée actually translates to "Good harbor".  After learning about its history, the name "good" is far from anything this place represents.  Between the 16th and 19th century, it was used as a transit island for slaves who were shipped across the Atlantic.  There is no need to go into detail about what the conditions were like because we have all taken history and know the terrible things our past entails.  It is now a tourist attraction as well as a place of residence for many.  The island is [suite...]

Date: 2010-08-12 12:49:00

Tough Clothes For Rough Riders | Rally Dakar Videos

Ever since Hollywood embraced the veterans who, after the Second World War, called themselves Hells Angels and went looking for freedom and adventure motorcycle chic has always been in fashion. Bikers have a reputation for being tough and wearing a leather motorcycle jacket makes you look tough by association. Sid Vicious and Billy Idol looked tough in their leathers, even George Michael managed to look, if not exactly tough, a little gritty with his biker jacket and designer stubble. Metal bands and metal fans always rock up in black leather and notwithstanding they scare your mum, you’ll [suite...]

Date: 2010-09-18 17:11:39

Chasing the Dakar Rally: Beginner Guide | Motorcycle News

Not unlike the Tour de France on the last stage for the winner (barring disaster), it is basically a victory lap. Marcos and Alejandro are going to finish #1 and #2 in the Dakar, and the Argentine faithful are out to welcome them home. Willie and I bully our way at 80 mph through two dozen cars and motorcycles-sometimes riding five-wide on a two-lane winding road-all trying to catch Marcos. Finally, we are riding within feet of him. The three of us are in Axo gear, so the crowd thinks we are part of his entourage. We are mobbed once again by the thousands that have come to catch a glimpse of [suite...]

Date: 2010-09-12 02:17:58

Alpha 5.20 : rakailles 4 - écoute gratuite et téléchargement

© 2004-2010 ApachNetwork, tous droits réservés Labels, artistes, droits d'auteurs : contactez-nous 19 sept. 2010 - 00:49 Partenaires : Radio FG playlist dj mix electro [suite...]

Date: 2008-06-22 20:50:54

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