May 11, 2015 by Cameron and Katy Pryor We’ve been living in Dakar Senegal for almost one month now… take a look at some pictures of our time here so far. The road leading to our apartment. You can buy anything on the street, like these brooms! Horse-drawn wagons are an inexpensive way to haul materials around town. These small buses are cheap and convenient for travel. Sinthia, the lady who is guiding us through these early language and culture learning days. The kids practice pounding herbs in the mortar Calvin meets and ostrich We watched them feed the lions at the Dakar zoo. The Baobab tree, which grows monkey-bread fruit. The chimps seemed to enjoy the candy these school kids fed them. Our kids are able to participate in these early language sessions. Playing at the playground. Playing in the courtyard of our apartment building. Anything becomes a playground. Lots of activity here in the big city of Dakar! Looking out over the Atlantic from the western-most point of the African continent. Fish and rice. This is what we have been enjoying several times a week. We traveled to a big park by the zoo. It is about a 20 minute walk from our apartment. Every Saturday they set up a huge clothing market in the street in front of our apartment building. Our house help, Martine, teaching the girls how to use the mortar and pestle. The kids love Sunday school!