Ok, so I am planning to make the following trip. Flying into Gambia, then through Senegal, Mauritania, Morocco by public transport and flying back to the UK from Morocco. I just booked a one way flight to Banjul from Thomas Cook. I read the note about requiring proof on onward travel but assumed an explanation of my plan would suffice to Gambia authorities whom I doubt will even ask.
However, looking around some people seem to be saying that Thomas Cook will not let me on the plane without a return ticket. Is this the case? Could I explain my plans to them, or show them a ticket back to the UK from Morocco?
If not, is there anyway I could book online (or from a UK company) a bus from Gambia to Senegal, so I could use it as proof of onward transport?
Thanks in advance for your help.