Drumming downtown Dakar: https://youtu.be/MVVlvqNpuvo
The new visa requirement for Senegal is quite simple. I was able to apply for me and my 3 kids. The website is http://www.snedai.sn/paiement/. The documents you’ll need is your passport and travel reservation. You will need to upload the documents to the website. Then you pick where you want to pick up your visa from embassy or Dakar Airport. I choose to pick up from Dakar Airport. The fee you pay is in Euro and it comes to about $70 USD per person. If you applying with an US bank card your bank will charge foreign transaction fee which is probably no more than 3% of the US amount.
You will get a confirmation email and you can print your visa from the email and bring print-out with you when you travel. I will update more once I get to Senegal on how the process of picking up visa from airport work.
I am quite excited we have less than 60 days before our big move and almost everything done. Hope everyone had a great New Years and have great things planned for 2014. 😀
- A great websites about Senegal (americandreaminsenegal.wordpress.com)
- Visa time – Dakar Senegal, Senegal (travelpod.com)
- Leaving Canada for Senegal, Africa Marla’s edition (4friesensinafrica.wordpress.com)
- All I need is my passport and my toothbrush (rjmellows.wordpress.com)
- Back in Senegal! (agnieszkamorzyk.wordpress.com)
What was the one experience that completely changed your life? What happened? How did it change your life?
I had two life events that change my life. One was when my grandmother passed away before the age 70 and my ex-husband advising me, “My new wife is younger and better then you!”. I knew from that point I needed to be reunited with my new husband and try and rekindle what had died 3 years ago.
When I came back to America in 2010 I was only suppose to stay 3-4 months to work then go back to Senegal, but life happened. I ended up staying in America for 3-4 years. My journey will start March 2014 and only happy memories will be created with my kids and Alassane.
I love this quote about life: “You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching, Love like you’ll never be hurt, Sing like there’s nobody listening, And live like it’s heaven on earth.” ― William W. Purkey
My 1st video about our trip to Senegal 2010. It’s a little random about everything but well worth the view. Enjoy! xoxoxo Reasha Related articles 5 women charged under Senegal’s anti-gay law (nzherald.co.nz) Traveling on a Whim (7continentsblog.wordpress.com) Trip video … Continue reading