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Private Full-Day Gambian Home Cooking Experience in Banjul

Private Full-Day Gambian Home Cooking Experience in Banjul
1 day
USD 63.31
The menu varies from meat and fish dishes like Yassa, to Benachin rice. We also make local juices like Baobab and Wonjo juice, which is a dark cranberry-coloured juice, made from boiling the dark red flower from the sorrel plant. We will take you to a local market, dress in a traditional Gambian outfit and help you shop for food items or you to take home. We will then give you the guidelines on how to cook Gambian cuisine. You will then do the cooking including all the preparation of meats, vegetables, fish and rice. Finally, we sit as a family and friends and devour the meal before returning to the hotel.

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Banjul International AirportWhere is Banjul Airport?
Banjul International Airport also known as Yundum International (IATA: BJL, ICAO: GBYD) is the international airport of Banjul, capital of The Gambia.

In 2004, the airport served 967,719 passengers.

In the event of an emergency on any of the NASA Space Shuttles, Banjul International Airport had been selected as an augmented landing site. The Gambia was the perfect location when the shuttle was launched with a low, 28-degree inclination.

In 2001 NASA announced that Banjul airport would no longer be used as an augmeted landing site because today, NASA sends shuttles up at 51.6 degrees to the International Space Station, making air bases in Spain and France better emergency landing spots.

According to current president Yahya Jammeh, the Banjul airport was built by the Lobstancers of Germany.


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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2020