It’s a common sight for tourists to take a trip to the Gambian capital, Port Harcourt, to see the country’s famous beaches, or the iconic Alamein river.

But what exactly is the Gambias tourist industry?

And how do people get there?

In the first part of our series, we spoke to the countrys top guides to see what makes a Gambiaan a Gambian and what to expect when you get there.

Today we’re talking about how to get to Port Harcour.

If you’re a foreigner, and you’ve never been to Port City before, you’re probably going to need to get an itinerary that includes a guidebook or guidebooklets.

This is important, because the majority of tourists are not familiar with the Gambians culture and language.

To start off, Gambia has a number of tourist destinations.

It’s home to a number the majority Gambians know by heart: Harare, Cape Town, and Port Harfield, the latter of which is a major hub for African tourists.

These are the places you’re most likely to see if you’re travelling by car or charter plane.

And while there are some popular destinations in these cities, they’re not necessarily the most exciting ones.

For a better idea of what you’ll find in Port Harcay, head to our guide to the top cities in the country.

Port Harcourt is the capital of the Gambiae Republic and has a population of over 300,000 people.

The capital is known for its vibrant nightlife, beaches and other attractions.

It has a good selection of restaurants, bars and shops, and is also famous for its traditional music scene, which is one of the country s best-known cultural traditions.

It’s also home to the International Airport, which provides connections between the major cities of Port Harcorp and the rest of the Republic.

It is a very important link in the Gambanias transportation system, and the airport has a very high standard of living, with good access to the airport, roads, water, and electricity.

The Gambia is one the most densely populated countries in Africa, with a population density of almost 3,000 per square kilometre.

Its also one of Africas most densely-populated countries with more than 300,00 people per square mile.

There are a number reasons for this.

For one, it has a large population of Gambian expats, many of whom are educated and work in the tourist industry.

In addition, there are a lot of Gambians in Port City, a major commercial centre.

The city has a strong reputation as a hub for business and tourism, and it’s an ideal place to visit the beaches, nightlife and restaurants.

As a tourist, you might want to book a hotel, because many of the hotel operators are Gambian-owned.

In some of these hotels, you can get the best rates and rates for both the rooms and suites, which will help you save money on your accommodation.

The Gambia also has a relatively high rate of foreign visitors, with around 80 per cent of tourists arriving from outside of Africa, according to the Department of Economic Development.

As an expat, you’ll be able to enjoy a better quality of life in Port city.

The country is known as the most tourist-friendly in Africa and has several international airports.

The airport has been a major attraction for expats for many years.

However, most of the international flights are operated by African airlines, so you’ll have to book flights on their own.

The other reason why you might book a holiday in Port is the great variety of food options that you’ll experience there.

In Port Harcomonta, the capital city of Port City and one of its largest tourist destinations, youll find a variety of cuisines.

There are several main cuisined foods that are popular in the area.

You can also find a great variety and variety of international restaurants and bars.

If you want to try a new cuisine, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

In Port Harcolor, the second largest tourist city in Port Harbour, you should be able find some of its best beaches and nightlife.

Port HarColor has a fairly large population, and has around 80 hotels that cater to a variety more than 100 cuisins of the popular Gambian dishes.

Youll find several restaurants and nightspots open 24-hours a day that cater for tourists and expats.

It will be a great place to spend a day and a half on the beach, or just relax with a good meal and a bottle of wine.

In Harbour, you will also find plenty of restaurants and restaurants that cater both to locals and visitors.

The cuisine is popular, with an array of cuisses and dishes that are familiar to Gambians.

Many of the traditional dishes that you will find on the menu