African Queen Lodge

Address: Road D `Assinie Maffia, Abidjan, KM3, Cote D'Ivoire | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Road D `Assinie Maffia, Abidjan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Abidjan

    Meeting our newest member

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 07, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... As we talked, we found out that Elise had given birth just that morning to a boy. She was at the village maternity. I asked if it would be too soon to visit her, and the ladies said it would not. So, having spent an hour talking and catching up, we drove and walked (our group was too large to all fit in the car) to the maternity where several nurses or midwives were on duty. Elise was in one of the wards with two of her sisters and the new arrival who had come on ...

    A Day at La Me

    A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 07, 2015

    ... not disturbed. He was only about 12 hours old! I considered it a great blessing to see Elise and her baby and all those around rejoicing over the safe arrival of this new life. Just as we were about to leave, the head nurse released Elise and the baby from care. This allowed us the opportunity to let the little one ride with his mother and aunts in the back seat of the Peugeot 406 from the maternity to his new home. I walked along with Paul in the direction of ...

    A busy day around La Mé

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 01, 2015

    6 comments, 6 photos

    ... like to go to America, and that he would be no trouble. He repeated this several times. We could drop him anywhere even in the coldest of winters and he’d make his way just fine. Spoken like someone who has only ever known the tropics!

    Such experiences, which happen often here, show a somewhat touching naiveté: the belief that westerners are capable of and quite possibly willing to, arranging free transportation and residency papers ...

    Baptism in La Me

    A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 01, 2015

    ... back seat for the hour-long ride into the jungle. Along the way, we talked about all sorts of things. I love finding out more about how our brethren live in this part of the world. So, I am always full of questions for them when I visit. We talked about education in CI. (The USAID website says that children in CI walk an average of 10 km to get to school each day. This is a sign that some children are not going to school at all and of course that schools need to be ...

    Yadibikrio

    A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Dec 24, 2014

    5 comments, 24 photos

    ... a 2 hour journey each way and over 100 Km away, we voted for him not to, (I wouldn’t gave fancied doing it in 40+ temperatures, on a hot sweaty local bus and maybe with no chance at the other end anyway)

    Yes, Joe does keep us in the dark on a lot of things, but the reason is, he don’t know either and has to play a lot of it as it comes his way, things change from month to month, year by year, a place they stayed at last time may well ...