October 20, 2021

24 thoughts on “Repatriation: The struggles| Living in Gambia πŸ‡¬πŸ‡²

  1. Yes blood.. Me miss South London when I stay away too long…

    I did 2 weeks in the Gambia and I was dead bored, just wanted to leave..
    I do love some aspects of gambia, but couldn't live there permanently.

  2. I understand you completely thats why I found Gambia very boring however I would say this, wherever I planned to move after this on the continent it will be only a better experience. Gambians are very conservative, Im not saying they are saint but they want to portrait that so bad to be a good Muslim and they forget their culture, its nothing wrong with that but religion its not my thing at all. Thats my experience and thats what makes Gambia very boring to me and there is not a lot to do. Im happy that I didn't buy a land or house here.

  3. Nice testimony Aiesha I love your honesty ,do you connect with Keturah I think you two should meet up know you may have some things in commen maybe become good friends and happy earth strong.πŸ’―

  4. I can totally relate to some of these things. You can never replace your friends and family home! I too miss them πŸ˜”. I think when you are black British you will always have some sense that you don't fully belong wherever you go. You're always an outsider 😊. Also to use a cliche the world is your oyster in the sense that you don't have to be tied down to any particular place. You might go back to UK to live for a while and then go off some where else. There are no rules but your own. I agree with you about keeping boundaries. It takes time to grow a friendship. Great topic.

  5. Pure jokes. πŸ˜ƒ πŸ˜ƒ well worth the wait. I don't like any kinda crettin or creature. So I feel your pain. Stay out of the box and yes definitely leave people business alone!
    Keep being your true authentic self. Don't leave it too long for the next one. Take care ❀

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