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After an interesting but restless night's sleep, a large pile of baobab pods had been collected for my breakfast.
One day, the little girl met an old man, who gave her fruit from a baobab tree.
Across Yahya Jammeh bridge and on the side of Yahya Jammeh highway, amid fields of bushy mango trees and giant baobabs, there is a town of women, children and aging men.
But now the players in their yellow shirts and blue shorts begin every match in a somber prayer circle under the shade of a baobab tree.
In this sandy landscape, with its blistering heat and fat baobab trees, the chief means of survival is farming.
The baobab fruit is the staple of the Hadza diet, packed with vitamins, fat in the seeds, and, of course, significant amounts of fibre.
Choose your hub: River Lodge, with its 10 Zambezi-facing suites perched on stilts with an open deck, or rooms in the Island Lodge on Katombora Island flanked with baobabs and 2,000-year-old Jackalberry trees.
First came cocktails, which at Nok involve baobab juice and beets — both Senegalese drink staples.
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