The Rough Guide to the Gambia

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Rough Guides, Jan 1, 2003 - Travel - 294 pages
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The Gambia -- English-speaking, relaxed and hospitable -- is Europe's closest tropical destination and Africa's smallest nation, lying along the mangrove- and jungle-tangled banks of the Gambia river, and stretching from a short coastline of sandy beaches into the heart of the West African sahel. This new Rough Guide gives you the full picture at every level, delivered by authors whose love, knowledge and experience of Africa go back two decades. Package-holiday visitors have every question answered, while the guide suggests a wide range of activities -- and all the ways and means -- for independent travel.

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Richard Trillo is author of "Rough Guides to West Africa and Kenya" and has been visiting the region regularly since his first trip in 1978. When not travelling around Africa, Richard is also Rough Guides'' Communications Director in London.After meeting Richard on a research trip in The Gambia 1994, Emma Gregg has been a key contributor to "The Rough Guide to West Africa". She is also editor of "Travel Africa" magazine

Richard Trillo is author of "Rough Guides to West Africa and Kenya" and has been visiting the region regularly since his first trip in 1978. When not travelling around Africa, Richard is also Rough Guides'' Communications Director in London.After meeting Richard on a research trip in The Gambia 1994, Emma Gregg has been a key contributor to "The Rough Guide to West Africa". She is also editor of "Travel Africa" magazine

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