Leopold Senghor International Airport in Dakar is kind of a dump. It's not horrible, but it's not very nice. There's a huge crowd of guys at the curb trying to grab your bags and carry them, sell you last minute souvenirs, be your best friend. Inside the terminal, everything is sort of dingy. There are mosquitos everywhere.
But! Leopold Senghor International Airport has free Wi-Fi. I have no idea why. But they do.
Madrid and Frankfurt airports are modern and clean and all that. But the Wi-Fi is $15 per hour and -- in Madrid at least -- sucks; a crappy connection that kept timing out, until I finally snapped my laptop closed with twenty minutes left.
-- Obviously, I'm back. May have another Senegal post or two, or maybe not: I have a rather fat report to finish writing, and in ten days I get on another plane for Uganda. Let's see how it goes