Manuel Campos


El viaje comienza incluso antes de despegar. En la puerta de embarque W43 destino Iasi en la Terminal 2 del aeropuerto de Barcelona se puede escuchar el melódico sonido del ucraniano. Alrededor de 2,1 millones de ucranianos ya han vuelto a casa desde su éxodo tras los primeros compases de la guerra, en la que… Read More »Moldova

Day Six – The Gambia

I wake up at 6AM feeling quite unwell. Food poisoning. I go to the toilet several times. We were looking forward to sleeping a lot this night since our driver wouldn’t be ready until 12AM so now I would have to wait in silence in my room. My stomach is in pain and a huge… Read More »Day Six – The Gambia

Day Five – The Gambia

The next day we say goodbye to Jirrong and Seri takes us to Farafenni. We realize we don’t have enough money to continue our journey so we ask him to take us to a working ATM. We enter Farafenni once again. The town doesn’t feel safe at all and there isn’t much to do. We… Read More »Day Five – The Gambia

Day Four – The Gambia

We start our day the best way possible. We enjoy an amazing breakfast included in the price of the room (only 15€ each): bread with butter and jam, bananas, porridge, an egg sandwich and some tea. Also, the electricity is back so we are able to communicate our situation to our beloved ones. The brother… Read More »Day Four – The Gambia

Day Three – The Gambia

After having a “British breakfast”, we say goodbye to the Jungle Beach Resort. We walk to the meeting point with Adama, in the middle of Sanyang. The entire village notices our presence and doesn’t hesitate engaging in a conversation with us. We talk about football, Barcelona and Madrid. They are very kind and friendly. They… Read More »Day Three – The Gambia

Day Two – The Gambia

The night was pleasant and not too warm thanks to a fan which worked perfectly fine. The next day we do the check in and head to the Monkey Park. It is located next to the “Conference Center”, probably the finest building in the country, which was constructed by the Chinese government. A guide welcomes… Read More »Day Two – The Gambia

Day One – The Gambia

One of the reasons why I decided to choose Barcelona as the city where I’d study my degree was, in large part, due it’s great position as an international hub. It has plenty of routes to many countries around the world from its international airport and I wanted to make a profit out of it.… Read More »Day One – The Gambia

El Hierro

La isla del fin del mundo El metro está a rebosar y en tiempos de COVID-19 hace que uno se replantee si esta es la mejor opción para llegar al aeropuerto. Por algún motivo los buses me producen una sensación de inseguridad, como si fuese más probable que hubiese un imprevisto y me quedase en… Read More »El Hierro