Protea Hotel Apo Apartments
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Set off this morning at 7.30 still
heading for the Capitol Abuja. There were very long traffic jams and
four stops by the police. One of these was for 40 minutes whilst he
was asking us to give him food or clothes. Shortly after that the
police decided to drive in front of a queue of traffic and make it
all go at 40 KPH instead of the marked 80. We carried on a bit
further but with the ...
... to take part in a major film production and the start of our acting careers. But that is another story.
And after three days in the German Embassy Compound I noticed a towel remained protectively or neglected on a certain pool side lounger. Some German stereotypes are simply to good to pass on.
So thank you Jens for everything you are a gentlemen and a true friend.
Rob Spackman 4th May Calabar, ...
... visa forms - for Congo.
Awaking bleary eyed, and still a little wobbly I was quite impressed with myself for completing the form first time and without mistakes - unlike some of the rest of the group, as Hasty got more and more frustrated (not naming names...).As it turned out we were to be staying in Abuja for at least a week (subsequently discovering that we would actually be here 8 days waiting for the visas to come through), and whilst a relatively pleasant, and small ...
... br> Dear me it's hot. Doesn't help when you're wearing a hoodie and jacket. but it's 5am for goodness sake. We hopped in a van after exchanging stirling for naira and to Abuja we went. Everything is green in *****ia. Billboards, taxis, posters...even the grass. The 15 minute drive to the hotel showed a *****ia of wealth and vibrance, but I shan't be lulled into a false sense of security so easily.
We pulled into "Crystal Palace, the Buckingham Palace of *****ia" and ...
... rest and there is a very key element one should account for: there are about 140 million souls in a soulless society, it's the most populated country in Africa, Lagos alone have some 9 mil (more than the population of London), one is bound to bump into less friendly people to say the least. There were also a lot of nice guys I've spoken to and had the chance to come across. The African spirit is still there, a bit diluted by their very peculiar economical and political reality, ...