Photos of the Gambia, Senegal and the Guinea’s

Here’s a selection of photos from the last few weeks cycling through the Gambia, Senegal, Guinea Bissau and Guinea.

Unfortunately electricity and internet connection are in short supply in this part of the world and so I haven’t been able to add titles or descriptions. Hopefully I’ll get chance at a later date.

3 Responses to “ Photos of the Gambia, Senegal and the Guinea’s ”

  1. Blimey

    Its good to see some pics of you. At last!! It looks great and was good to natter on fb the other day…..still looking into flight for after 20th April.

    Got the calendar. It seems lesley has ordered one and I now have the calendar in my possession.

    Drinking wine at the mo….que suprise! All good here, but the “staying in the UK and sorting stuff out!” theme for when I get back from Russia seems to be distored by flight searching!!

    Can’t write more as too much Fluerie to drink / drunk
    Take care and good luck mate
    Xx

  2. Happy New Year, Helen. I´ve been reading your reports ever since you and Darryl had breakfast in our house (tea and cornflakes) back in August (near Plasencia, Spain). I don´t expect you to remember that particular episode, after having experienced so many infinitely more interesting encounters and breakfasts, but for me learning of your crazy project was something memorable. I´m glad my English son-in-law, Mike, found you both and brought you home. I´ve been reading your beautiful and funny travel writing and always look forward to the next update.

    I would like to encourage all the people who follow your journey, and I´m sure there are many, to give to your charity as a way to say Thankyou to you for inspiring us in our every-day life and keeping us entertained.

    Keep cycling, watching and telling us what you see and live. And take care, of course.

    Love,

    Maria

  3. Wow Lloydy!

    The pictures and blogs look just amazing. It would appear that you are having a fantastic time. Many of the pictures bring back memory’s of when I was travelling around Africa, although I never had the guts or determination to do it on a push bike. Good on you, you are an inspiration to us all!

    Keep going and when things get hard remember that one more peddle is one foot closer to another beer!

    Good Luck
    Tony

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