life through the lens
I entered Gambia in the east at Basse Sante Su, north of Velingara in Senegal, in May 2003.
The Gambian Dalasi
The market town of Basse Santa Su
The river Gambia at Basse Santa Su
Hotel grounds at Georgetown, also known as Jangjang-bureh
The ancient Lamin Koto stone circle close to Georgetown
There's not a lot to see in Serekunda, though the market's good to wander through
Kololi beach on the Atlantic coast
Bijilo Forest Park is on the edge of Kololi, running alongside the coast
A vervet monkey at Bijilo Forest Park, Kololi
Further south of Kololi is Kotu beach
The crocodile pond at Abuko Nature Reserve - they must be hiding..
Spot the red colobus monkey, Abuko Nature Reserve
Kachikaly crocodile pool, at the coastal town of Bakau
Mingling with the crocodiles at Kachikaly, Bakau
Arch 22 was built to celebrate the 1994 military coup, Banjul
Looking out over Banjul from Arch 22
Banjul's port area, where the Gambia river meets the Atlantic
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