Travel Blogs from Nzerekore, Guinea

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After a month, Foya, Liberia travel blog

After a month

A travel blog entry by j1smoke


It has felt so good to start working and getting my hands dirty.  I've been working for the past three weeks here in Foya and we have completed the installation of filters in two villages and are building filters in another village.  I believe ...

Guinea - Vine bridges, elusive chimps and Tutu, Nzerekore, Guinea travel blog

Guinea - Vine bridges, elusive chimps and Tutu

A travel blog entry by antandrel

... dried animal pieces, bones and powder potions - we never did stick  around long enough to have them 'treat' us. Leaving Nzerekore we visited one of the few vine bridges still in use by locals ferrying wares from village to village across the rivers ...

Frontiere Liberia -Guinée, Yerepa, Liberia travel blog

Frontiere Liberia -Guinée

A travel blog entry by vmarchal


Je me rappelerai longtemps de cette frontiere. En effet, j avais appris qu il etait possible d avoir un visa a la frontiere guinenne ( et l ai vu chez un voyageur et un douanier me l a confirmé), mais a ce petit poste frontiere il n etait pas possible ...

Chimps and children, Lola, Guinea travel blog

Chimps and children

A travel blog entry by timshazz


... learning experience: Teacher: Foday Camara C/-Institute De Recherches Environmentales De Bossou – IREB KUPRI -Bossou – LOLA – Guinea Conakry I'm not sure I'll find anything suitable till Cape Town so yours might get there before mine. ...

Chimpanzées, Bossou, Guinea travel blog


A travel blog entry by vmarchal


A faire et a refaire. C etait tout bonnement extraordinaire. Tracker les chimpanzees avec 3 guides tres professionnelles puis les observer. D abord manger, puis il se reposait en nous regardant. Un est passer a un metre de moi. Et des la premiere photo, ...

Trekking Mont Nimba - Leclerc, Gbakoré, Guinea travel blog

Trekking Mont Nimba - Leclerc

A travel blog entry by vmarchal


De la jungle, de la savanne, un 1900m a grimpé et entendre les chimpanzés crier au loin. J en garde de bon ...

wiedermal polizei, Nzerekore, Guinea travel blog

wiedermal polizei

A travel blog entry by asci


die gehen mir echt taeglich aufn sack... vorhin fahre ich mit 30 km/h an der polizeistation vorbei, die schaun mich an, ich schau die an, dann fahre ich wie alle anderen autofahrer weiter, um 5 minuten spaeter mit von nem motorrad mit blaulicht ...

More slow, bumpy roads in Guinea!, Lola, Guinea travel blog

More slow, bumpy roads in Guinea!

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane


... down on us by this time. We made excellent progress in the afternoon as the tarmac road had reappeared. After passing Nzerekore, the countryside became a little flatter. What a difference a day makes! We cruised on through the jungle and got closer and ...

My walk to LIberia!, Bossou, Guinea travel blog

My walk to LIberia!

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane


That hotel room was so hot and humid and I missed my tent but hey needs must! I actually overslept and then had to dart around around seven o'clock to get ready to leave. We leaf heading for the Liberian border instead of Cote D'Ivoire and soon we ...

Bossou, Bossou, Guinea travel blog


A travel blog entry by antonunterwegs


  Über eine Militaerstrasse, die zur Grenze von Liberia führt, erreichen wir das Forschungsinstitut, das von einer japanischen Universität betrieben wird. Ob diese Straße im Ernstfall zu gebrauchen ist, ist zweifelhaft. Mehr als 10 km pro Stunde ...

Monkeying around for New Year, Bossou, Guinea travel blog

Monkeying around for New Year

A travel blog entry by mushbird25


... and asked us to drop him off at the next village. We arrived at the border at 4pm but had the usual problems with the Guinea police and we didn't manage to leave until 6.30pm after Steve had had to pay them off.  They also had decided they liked the ...

Gueckedoue – Macenta – Lola, Lola, Guinea travel blog

Gueckedoue – Macenta – Lola

A travel blog entry by antonunterwegs


... Abkühlung. Hinter Macenta erstreckt sich der Foret Classe de Ziama, einer der wenigen noch verbliebenen ursprünglichen Regenwälder in Guinea, in dem es auch noch Elefanten geben soll. Aber wenn man auf einer Landstraße deutscher Prägung durch einen ...

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