Gambia
2011-04-15 Gambia Makasutu forest - boys carrying firewood from the forest, which is really in the savannah zone

2011-04-15 Gambia Makasutu forest – boys carrying firewood from the forest, which is really in the savannah zone

2011-04-15 Gambia Makasutu forest – boys carrying firewood from the forest, which is really in the savannah zone a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2011-04-15 Gambia, Makasutu Forest - an agricultural field in this savannah preserve which is a private but still cultivated

2011-04-15 Gambia, Makasutu Forest – an agricultural field in this savannah preserve which is a private but still cultivated

2011-04-15 Gambia, Makasutu Forest – an agricultural field in this savannah preserve which is a private but still cultivated a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2011-04-15 Gambia, Makasutu forest - a diviner told several guests fortunes which were surprisingly perception. He was 94 years old and lived in a shack in the forest

2011-04-15 Gambia, Makasutu forest – a diviner told several guests fortunes which were surprisingly perception. He was 94 years old and lived in a shack in the forest

2011-04-15 Gambia, Makasutu forest – a diviner told several guests fortunes which were surprisingly perception. He was 94 years old and lived in a shack in the forest a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2011-04-15 Gambia, Banjul - children sitting in front of a run down building; still, Banjul is much more developed than its neighbors

2011-04-15 Gambia, Banjul – children sitting in front of a run down building; still, Banjul is much more developed than its neighbors

2011-04-15 Gambia, Banjul – children sitting in front of a run down building; still, Banjul is much more developed than its neighbors a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2011-04-15 Gambia, Banjul - city streets which seem pretty clear and relatively clean with large office buildings; Banjul is better off economically than Benin or Togo

2011-04-15 Gambia, Banjul – city streets which seem pretty clear and relatively clean with large office buildings; Banjul is better off economically than Benin or Togo

2011-04-15 Gambia, Banjul – city streets which seem pretty clear and relatively clean with large office buildings; Banjul is better off economically than Benin or Togo a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2011-04-15 Gambia, Banjul - city streets with the usual West Africa vendors although Banjul is better off economically than Benin or Togo

2011-04-15 Gambia, Banjul – city streets with the usual West Africa vendors although Banjul is better off economically than Benin or Togo

2011-04-15 Gambia, Banjul – city streets with the usual West Africa vendors although Banjul is better off economically than Benin or Togo a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter Gambia is the tiniest mainland African country and on this Western coast it appears to be the most affluent with the greatest...
2011-04-15 Gambia Banjul roadside  (3)

2011-04-15 Gambia Banjul roadside (3)

2011-04-15 Gambia Banjul roadside (3) a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2011-04-15 Albreda Village - view of a village fence; the village is associated with slavery and with Alex Haley's novel, Roots

2011-04-15 Albreda Village – view of a village fence; the village is associated with slavery and with Alex Haley’s novel, Roots

2011-04-15 Albreda Village – view of a village fence; the village is associated with slavery and with Alex Haley’s novel, Roots a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2011-04-15 Albreda Village - house with porch; the village is associated with slavery and with Alex Haley's novel, Roots

2011-04-15 Albreda Village – house with porch; the village is associated with slavery and with Alex Haley’s novel, Roots

2011-04-15 Albreda Village – house with porch; the village is associated with slavery and with Alex Haley’s novel, Roots a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2011-04-15 Gambia, Albreda Village - street near the shore looking up at the homes. It is known for being the location of Roots and the alleged home of Kunta Kinte; it was an important slave depot .

2011-04-15 Gambia, Albreda Village – street near the shore looking up at the homes. It is known for being the location of Roots and the alleged home of Kunta Kinte; it was an important slave depot .

2011-04-15 Gambia, Albreda Village – street near the shore looking up at the homes. It is known for being the location of Roots and the alleged home of Kunta Kinte; it was an important slave depot . a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter Typical of West African villages, Albreda has...
2011-04-15 Gambia, Albreda Village - the old customs house and landing for the village. It is known for being the location of Roots and the alleged home of Kunta Kinte; it was an important slave depot

2011-04-15 Gambia, Albreda Village – the old customs house and landing for the village. It is known for being the location of Roots and the alleged home of Kunta Kinte; it was an important slave depot

2011-04-15 Gambia, Albreda Village – the old customs house and landing for the village. It is known for being the location of Roots and the alleged home of Kunta Kinte; it was an important slave depot a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter Looking back as we walked into the village...
2011-04-15 Gambia, Albreda Village - A village street with its red dusty soil and a few large trees.It is known for being the location of Roots and the alleged home of Kunta Kinte; it was an important slave depot

2011-04-15 Gambia, Albreda Village – A village street with its red dusty soil and a few large trees.It is known for being the location of Roots and the alleged home of Kunta Kinte; it was an important slave depot

2011-04-15 Gambia, Albreda Village – A village street with its red dusty soil and a few large trees.It is known for being the location of Roots and the alleged home of Kunta Kinte; it was an important slave depot a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter Like all West African villages...