Dakar's Muscle Beach
Dhani Jones travels to Senegal's capital city and witnesses the Senegalese' obsession with fitness and sports.
Corniche Ouest, Dakar, Senegal
Dakar's largest market was originally centered around food and textiles, however, today it is said that there's nothing one can't find in the mass of sellers' stalls.
Centre Ville, Dakar, Senegal
M'Bour Fish Market
Situated on what is referred to as Senegal's Petite Côte (small coast), M'Bour's fish market is one of the country's largest markets.
Located around 80 kilometers outside of Dakar, the town of M'Bour's major industries include fishing, tourism and peanut processing.
Considered to be the country's second city, Thies has been earmarked to be Senegal's new capital city in an attempt to ease traffic congestion and infrastructure problems in Dakar.
Baobab trees dot the Senegalese countryside and hold high spiritual significance in West African society.
Bombardier's Training Beach
In preparation for upcoming bouts, Bombardier and his wrestling stable spar on this beach in M'Bour.