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The Washington Post has a very nice slideshow of photographs from Dakar set to a Baaba Maal song. It’s part of a groups of articles (1, 2) and slideshows (1, 2, 3) from/about Senegal. I liked that first slideshow because not only have I been to some of the places pictured in it, but I also understand some of the song’s Pulaar lyrics.

5 Responses to “"Senegal Sings"”

you’re starting to sound a little “homesick”…

Heavens, no! See previous post re: cold and liquor.

whew. so does this mean now that if you’re laughing in agreement, you’re snorting and clicking at the same time? 🙂

Though you have no idea who I am, I’ve been keeping up with your blogs throughout your Peace Corps service. I stumbled on your blog when doing my own application. I was searching for other Louisiana Peace Corps volunteers. I was all set for Kazakhstan, but that dissolved. Anyway, thank you for sharing your experiences. I’ve truly enjoyed reading about them for two years. Good luck with your readjustment.

Scott – Thanks, I hope it was useful. Best of luck with your future service, if you choose to do it.

Amy – Snorting and clicking are still two entirely separate events, thank you very much 😉