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Gambia is a country located on the west coast of Africa. Surrounded by the country of Senegal on three sides, Gambia is the smallest country in Africa.
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West Africa
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It is a country in Western Africa. It is the smallest country on the African continental mainland and is bordered to the north, east, and south by Senegal, and has a small coast on the Atlantic Ocean in the west
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is NT true gambia passport is visa free country to London
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There was a Go-Kart Track on the main road near Serrekunda, Gambia about 15 years ago. Safety wasn't their priority mind, jump starting the Karts with live power cable sparking at the battery. There are those 4-wheel buggies on the beach though
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List of gambia passport holder visa free countries?
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It is 11,295 square kilometres or 4,007 square miles.
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Type your answer here... Archbishop Elysee
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Yes - Yellow fever and make sure polio and BCG are up to date. Malaria is prevalent so take anti-malarial tablets too.
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26 degrees south 28 degrees east
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Fritz van Paschen
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I don't think so....Manchester and Birmingham Airports are the nearest to Liverpool.
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A mosquito
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how do we say morning in gambia
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13° 28′ 0″ N, 16° 36′ 0″ W13.466667, -16.6
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kunta kinteh
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They don't have natural gas in Gambia... Oil has been found but it's in the early stages yet.....
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Groundnuts (peanuts)
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11,295 square kilometers
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Every type of home from huts made of mud to mansions
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English and tribal languages such as Fulani, Mandinka and Wolof
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Gambia is in Africa In west Africa
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The capital of Gambia (Republic of the Gambia) is Banjul.
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It was part of the British empire.
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Banjul is th capital city of Gambia. Gambia is the smallest country of Africa situated in Western Africa.
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Gambian exports include mangoes (available in Sainsburys and Tesco), peanut products, fish, palm kernels and cotton lint
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The 1 and only official language of the Gambia is English, but only 1000 people speak it. Mandinka is the most widely spoken language. here is a list of all 11 languages:1. English2. Jola-Fonyi3. Karon4. Mandinka5. Mandjak6. Maninkakan, Western7. N'ko8. Pulaar9. Serer-Sine10. Soninke11. W…
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yes Gambia has nice people
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red white blue white green The Gambian flag consists of 5 horizontal stripes in the following order, at the top is a red stripe and at the bottom is a green stripe of equal width. In the middle there is a narrower blue stripe bordered on either side by a thinner white band.The red is said to sign…
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open your eyes people! anyone can edit this site! Don't use it! Peanut butter is awesome Many people wear 'western clothing' - jeans, trousers, shirts. Traditional Muslim gambian women wear grandmuba (long dresses/robes) and the men wear kaftan like robes. In tourist areas people wear shorts, sport…
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English and several tribal languages such as Mandinka, Fulani, Wolof, Serahuli
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It is named after the Gambia river. which goes through Gambia which is a very nice place you should go there you know very nice!!!
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René Carayol is a broadcaster, broadsheet columnist, business and leadership speaker and author
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Between 30 and 35 degrees
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Approximately 220 miles
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13°27′11″N 16°34′39″W
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It is around 30 degrees C all year round. Rainy season is cooler (July-Sept)
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Some schools are well resourced but other (mainly village schools) have few resources.
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I do believe that Gambia was founded/colonized in 1866
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gambia is famous for its beaches
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probably during the fall I think that the best way to find the cheapest flights is to sign up at one of the websites specialized in airfare deals alerts. However I think you can buy the cheapest tickets for fall - but it also depends when you buy them..
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There are no 'rich' places in Gambia, it is a developing country with a lot of poverty
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The position of Prime Minister was incorporated into the position of President on 1970 April 24, with the creation of the Republic of Gambia. Yahya Abdul-Aziz Jemus Junkung Jammeh (born May 25, 1965) is the President of The Gambia.
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In Africa it's hot and they don't have so much food!!!!!!!!!!!
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Yes yellow fever. Also make sure polio, BCG and tetanus are up to date and take anti-malarial tablets.
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They mainly speak English.
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Gambia gets it's water from the waterfalls.
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Hassoum Ceesay was born in 1971; attended Armitage High School, Fourah Bay College College; St Mary's University Halifax, Canada where he bagged a BA in History in 1999; Post Graduate Diploma in Museum Studies University of Nairobi, Kenya 2003; and MA in African History University of The gambia in 2…
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depending on where you work....on average around 1000 dalasis per month ( that's less than £25) so daily just over £1
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They grow and export peanuts and mangos
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5 and a half to 6 hours from Gatwick
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I don't think Canada Has a pin code
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Gambian dalasis (GMD) 42dalasis = £1 at the moment
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Many Gambians speak English. There are also many tribal languages such as Mandinka, Fulani, Wolof
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11,295 square kms in total (10,00 sq km land)
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18th Feb 1965
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6 There are 5 divisions; Western, Lower River, Upper River, Central River and North Bank. Banjul is now counted as an independent city
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because poor
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long and thin. 220 miles long and 30 miles wide.
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Less than 28% is arable
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The hottest month in The Gambia is November.
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banjul
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Currently 11.47 per thousand. Infant mortality is 67.33 per thousand live births. Life expectancy is 55.35 years (men 53.43 and women 57.34)
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the gambia have a president - Yahya Jammeh
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5 and a half to 6 hours from gatwick
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the Great Britain
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Gambia's total area is 111,708,748,800 ft2
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There are green velvet monkeys and red colobus monkeys. The green ones are braver and more used to humans but the red ones are very timid and are only likely to be seen in the sanctuary.
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alot of gambians are prostitutes, due to such poor conditions. most are later killed so they dont have to be paid. even men are prostitutes
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Gambians drink tap water, it is clean and safe for them to drink. However the mineral content is such that it will give tourists the famous 'Banjul belly' - diarrhoea to you and me
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Tobaski is the main celebration - it was on 28th November this year but like Ramadan it changes according to the Moons position each year.
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Gambia is in West Africa surrounded by Senegal
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Islam 95 percentChristianity 3 percentTraditional 1 percentbahai 1 percent
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gambia is a type of goverment of civil people.that do there own thing
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Gambia became independent from the UK on 18th Feb 1965
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around 32 degress feb to oct but is sunny all year roundmegz xxx
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The population of the Gambia is mainly young with about 63.5%) below 25 years. Persons of 65 years and above account for 2.8% of the population. The 0-14 age bracket makes up 43.9% of the population (males 382,385 / females 378,853) and the 15-64 age bracket makes up 53.4% (males 459,315 / females 4…
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Simply because it's considered rude
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No it is a predominantly Muslim country although normal beachwear is OK in tourist areas
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No, it's too hot and too close to the equator and there are no mountains
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Arthur E. Johnson
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English and many tribal languages such as Fulani, Mandinka, Wolof
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Banjul
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They look like regular houses.
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Yes, they are wolof and are called Damal.
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Dogs are not kept as pets but you do see a few stray dogs around, usually thin and a bit scraggy. Gambians care a lot about people but don't view dogs in the same way the Western world does.
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