After 15 days of moving through Gambian lands, we began to feel part of this culture. We have been able to experience the pleasure of living close with people and enjoying the experience of feeling that well-done work always gives good results.
The Touba Kolong vegetable garden that we visited last March, barren and dry, with a small plant just heating engines, has taken shape and has given rise to a space of 8 hectares. Leafy, green, and fertile, embraced by the vivid colors of women's dresses, the smell of wet earth and the contact of the breeze with our skin burned by the sun. Welcome songs and clams of gratitude that fill us with satisfaction.
The school of Djaba Kunda who fights to find its place and take off definitively to be able to welcome the smallest children of the village soon. Tasks are not easy especially when the impediments are constant and permanent.
And the wonderful bee farm that has begun to take shape thanks to the contribution of Mirada Oberta and all the families of the Ramon Llull school. We have felt as an important part of the process being able to paint bees hives with our hands, being able to meet our carpenter Dembo who with rigor and strength has built the beehives. And to be able to experience the fascinating dare of colonizing a beehive in the middle of the Gambian night, under the humidity of the country.