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Cat from Fajara {The Gambia}


Children are not allowed in Ngala Lodge, because this stunning resort in The Gambia is all about romance and tranquility. Its food is the best in the entire country. No wonder Ngala Lodge has been awarded the TripAdvisor's Traveller's Choice Award as the fourth most romantic hotel in Africa. Just like The Coconut Residence, Ngala Lodge has a resident cat, Rasta, that ensures that all guests are entertained. 

My trip to The Gambia was sponsored by The Gambia Tourism Board and SN Brussels Airlines.

55 comments:

  1. If kids aren't allowed, I won't be staying there because we travel as a family, but that is cute that cat hangs around like that :)

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  2. No kids but cats? We have 5 kids and all our traveling is done as a family but this definitely sounds like a nice tranquil place to go!

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  3. Ahh, resorts with no kids allowed. They can often be the best by guaranteeing you peace and quiet! Love that they have cats lounging around- I'm definitely a crazy cat lady!

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  4. looks calm and peaceful.

    thanks for stopping by! :) happy traveling!

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  5. Sounds like a great place to visit. The cat looks contented.

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  6. Sounds like a great place ... and what a cute cat !
    Fijne feestdagen !
    Sylvia

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  7. Rasta is such a cute kitty! And it sounds wonderful lodge to stay and relax!

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  8. I don't usually mind having children staying at my resorts when I travel, but every once in a while it would be nice to be at an all-adult facility. They do offer a different vibe and atmosphere.

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  9. Cool cat, cool place. But you wouldn't find me here, as I have no desire to go to Africa, lol. :-D

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  10. Hi Vanessa! Thanks for visiting me. I am glad to find you, because your blog is brilliant! I love the idea of it! Of course we love cats and have had six during our lifetime. We have two now. I LOVE this photo! The cap makes the cat the star of the show. Blessings to you at this holiday season. I am following you.

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  11. That cat looks like he owns the place. :)

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  12. What a pretty cat! He doesn't really look like one you should mess with though. He almost has a look like, "Why are you taking my picture?"

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  13. This is such a beautiful setting! I've love a vaca with just the hubby, but we usually travel as a family with our son.

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  14. That cat is a pretty big, a question for you, what is the biggest cat you came across and where? I have dogs but cats are cute.

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  15. I think it's so great that they have a resident cat! We usually travel as a family, but a romantic vacation could be in the future!

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  16. Interesting. no kids but cats are allowed? That cat does look really at home though :)

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  17. I could hug Rasta if I were there. So cute.

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  18. Sounds like THE place to go.... The kitty is just the cherry on the top!

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  19. Rasta has it made! I bet he gets a lot of attention since he's the resident kitty AND maybe a few scraps from that outdoor dining room once in a while???

    Hugs, Sammy

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  20. I love the idea of hotels having a resident cat!
    Thanks for linking up with #WeekendBlogHop!

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  21. Damn! It looks so beautiful there that I want to be with that cat!

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  22. oh my goodness, i love that cat. It hink it's great that there is a place for just adults where we can connect with our partners. looks awesome.

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  23. Pas d'enfant, un chat résident ... le paradis !
    Bonne soirée
    Nat à Chat

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  24. Rasta is very lucky...he might find some good foods that someone drops on the ground.

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  25. that's one lucky cat & this is an adorable site. I grew up with cats but can't have them because my boys are allergic.

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  26. Gawjus kitty. In Africa?? Hoo wulda known.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  27. A resident cat? I love it! It would certainly keep me entertained. It's such a cutie!

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  28. Another cute cat. Love seeing how cats live from around the world.

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  29. He definitely looks like he has character!

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  30. This resort sounds amazingly relaxing and I love the cat. I would love to go there some day indeed because I have never been to a romantic resort before. Thanks for sharing.

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  31. Omg all resorts should have resident cats!!! I went to a resort in Costa Rica once with resident cats and by the end of our week there I had made friends and was sad to leave the kitties!!!

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  32. I love that the resort has a resident cat. I have never heard of this before. I bet the guests love having a cat to play with and the cat is enjoying a great life.

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  33. That looks a lot like our philippine street cats

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  34. What a lucky kitty to be living in such a wonderful resort.

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  35. No kids but they have cats? Sign me up.

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  36. That is an interesting location! I never would have thought to travel to Gambia. Sounds like a nice place.

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  37. Interesting place. But we always travel as family so if kids are not allowed, then we couldn't visit the place. Not unless it will be a husband-wife trip. :)

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  38. Oh wow! Looks beautiful there!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  39. Looks like a beautiful place to be! Nice photo :)

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  41. Rasta looks like a contented cat and why wouldn't he be? He lives in a gorgeous setting that would make any of us smile. :-)
    PS. I left a comment and it vanished. Hope the same thing doesn't happen twice.

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  42. No kids, just cats, I'm coming! LOL! Gorgeous pic ;o)

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  43. i love that they have resident cats. :) sounds like a nice relaxing place for us! we don't have kids yet.. so we would much rather visit a resort with no kids too.

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  44. I've always thought it was cute when places have a 'resident' dog or cat to greet others at an establishment. This feline looks very comfortable in her surroundings.

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  45. Sun and fun.... how lovely it is.

    It's has been raining cats and dogs over here.

    Well....another day more will be year end. Happy New Year Vanessa. !

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  46. AWww what a cute kitty! I love how calm and peaceful the location is. Everything is amazing, happy new year!!

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  47. Congrats on living blog of the year. Cute kitty.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/

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  48. Il attend les clients ! Jolie photo !

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  49. I guess its all about the sensuality and ambiance of the place - I think if I am to go there I wouldn't want to have kids running around it as well.

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  50. Cute Cat! I wish I could visit Ngala Lodge one of these days.

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