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  1. Mrs Taylor went to the Gambia.... February 2009

  2. Safari Gardens My hotel upon arrival

  3. Anne from Abberley Putting up Mosquito net

  4. The other side of river in Banjul

  5. Waiting for mini bus

  6. View from Minibus - Savanna grasslands

  7. Donkeys in the compound...

  8. ... and chickens!

  9. Gambian lads from the compound

  10. My compounds neighbours

  11. My Gambian Landlay - A lovely person!

  12. Waiting in the village square

  13. Having fun in the tree

  14. The local legend dressed in leaves...

  15. ...and having an energetic dance too!

  16. My welcoming speeches in the village square

  17. A Mendinka wedding ceremony

  18. Looking confused

  19. A fuller tribal birthing ceremony

  20. Everyone is looking proud

  21. Delicious food cooked by the village ladies

  22. The village lads put on a football match for me to watch

  23. Engossed in the game Watching the game

  24. The standard of play was excellent

  25. Even the animals joined in

  26. The village shepard keeping an eye on things

  27. Mr Darboe the headteacher- showing off his skills

  28. After the match we headed home

  29. The school garden where everyone mucks in

  30. Onions and Ocre looking healthy

  31. Mr Dramee at the schools water pump

  32. Local ladies working hard doing the washing.

  33. The schools toilet

  34. and the old ones!

  35. The school playground

  36. The school bell

  37. Working hard in the school kitchen

  38. They were very proud of their work

  39. The oven - powered by wood, there was no electricity in this village.

  40. The school relied on aid - donated by richer countries

  41. Sacks of food which is very precious to the school community

  42. The night watchman. Very nifty with his slingshot. BEWARE!

  43. The school sign

  44. The youngest children learning at school

  45. A very proud arts and crafts teacher