The Green Monkey is found in West Africa from Senegal to the Volta River. It has been introduced to the Cape Verde islands off north-western Africa, and the West Indian islands of Saint Kitts, Nevis, Saint Martin, and Barbados. It was introduced to the West Indies in the late 17th century when slave trade ships traveled to the Caribbean from West Africa.
Giraffe at Bandia Reserve near Saly in Senegal
Craftswomen in Thies, Senegal, used traditional handweaving techniques to create these baskets from cattails and recycled plastic, making each one subtly unique.
Visited the sobering slave castles of Cape Coast and Elmira, Ghana with Beth; and at Goree Island off the coast of Dakar, Senegal on a solo trip to do a training for their Board of Directors
Grand Mosque of Touba, Senegal
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