The gambia dating
IT SEEMS like the ideal place in which to escape the relentless drizzle of an endless British winter.
The Gambia offers not only year-round sun, sand and beaches, but also the excitement of a real African holiday.
My taxi driver, Katim, led me into the front room of his home on the edge of Serrekunda, Gambia's largest city.
They rushed towards the doorway to greet me, their shrieks of delight disturbing the silence of the home and the slumber of older relatives napping in adjacent rooms.
If you want to read some of these stories many can be found at I would like to point out that this information is all gathered from research and not my personal experience.
I would also like to say that I am not by any means saying this is the case for all Western/Gambian relationships.
In fact, the country known as the Smiling Coast of Africa has become the premier destination for British women in search of toy boys.
In a country where a third of the population lives below the international poverty line of 86 pence a day, perhaps it is not so surprising that young Gambian men seem so quick to fall for the charms of older British tourists keen to offer them a passport into a brand new future.A baby in a brightly coloured sling clung to her back. They craned their necks to see the results on my digital camera.