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Another popular street food in The Gambia is a pan-fried crunchy pancake look-alike called fish ket. Sometimes confused for fish cake, where the dough is folded over a filling, this snack is fried and served with sauce topping. The sauces can be stir-fried onions, beans with stir-fried onion, smoked fish (grown soup). Fish ket is mostly sold in schools, but you can also find it on sale in front of some compounds. If you find yourself in Dippakunda, you taste Mammy Loppy’s delicious fish ket.
Travellers are still massively choosing holiday destinations by the sea or ocean, so you will always meet sun, sand, and sea seekers on the islands and world-famous beaches worldwide. Destinations where people enjoy sunny days almost all year round are also popular in the winter months when there is cold and snow elsewhere in the world.
The trend of fashion today has become braids. In Africa, braids are not just a style; instead, a unique craft of Art. Braiding is traced back to 5000 years ago, and it is believed to originate in Africa. It was first discovered among the people of Namibia. Africans have been braiding their hair for many years, and it is rooted in the culture.