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Not one of the women used the phrase ‘sex tourism’, but most of them discussed how they had sent money to their ‘boyfriends’ to pay an urgent debt or to rent accommodation in time for their next visit.‘Chris never got that money he was owed,’ she says.‘I ended up paying for everything and once, when I refused, he told me he could pick up any white woman he wanted who would be happy to give him money.’It is not just sex the women are seeking, though.From July to October the tropical sun is punctuated by short but spectacular showers.Just six hours flight from London, and with all-inclusive package holidays starting at £500 per person, a holiday in The Gambia is an accessible and affordable introduction to West Africa."Of course, I know he might be using me too but I'm prepared to take that risk.Life's too short."A flight stewardess called Hayley nearly experienced the reality of a Gambian love scam when she travelled to the former British colony with a friend.The Gambia offers not only year-round sun, sand and beaches, but also the excitement of a real African holiday.The country's official tourism website offers an intoxicating sequence of holiday images - platters of seafood, freshly squeezed juices, palm-thatched huts and smiling locals wearing colourful textiles.
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Academic researchers often class women such as Barbara as ‘romance tourists’, as they usually believe the men they meet on holiday are in love with them.
When I asked why he ‘dated’ only older women, he said: ‘If I take a tourist out and she wants to help me out as a friend, give me money and let me stay with her in the hotel, what’s wrong with that?
However my research has shown that the benefits for the men far outweigh those to the women," she says. The men all say things that I have heard myself from Gambian men."Hayley had hoped to carry out charity work in the country but says "the horror stories" she has heard have made her feel unable to do so as she fears she might be exploited.
In the course of her research she has come across tales of Gambian men declaring their love for Western women when they already have a Gambian wife and kids; Gambian men introducing their "sister" to the Western partner when in fact she is their Gambian wife; Gambians marrying a Western woman to get a British passport then, when reaching England, disappearing never to be seen again; and Gambian men serial dating."On average, Gambian men have 8.4 children, whereas Gambian women have 6.4," she points out. So why did The Gambia become such a preeminent location for love, whether real or imaginary?