So far, Africa has been mostly the same: tons of wrecky cars and people everywhere-
Banjul is a big port with container ships-
Carrying on, people were everywhere-
And the traffic was slow moving-
We drove into the night, searching for the campsite. We get lost or seem to take the wrong roads just about every driving day. Lots of us use maps.me and we are following the route. There's usually quite a discussion when we veer from the path we think we should be taking. Sometimes like tonight, the campsite is incorrectly marked and it then becomes very difficult, especially when it's dark. Eventually, a local jumped in the cab and took us to the campsite. Most of us upgraded for pretty cheap, then cook group made supper which wasn't ready until after 9. I don't eat that late so went to bed without any. I'm not hungry in the heat anyway. We are here for at least 5 nights because we have a couple of visas to try to get: Liberia and Guinea Bissau.