African Queen Lodge

Road D `Assinie Maffia, Abidjan, KM3, Cote D'Ivoire | Hotel
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Repairs

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary

4

Not a good start, it seems our freezer
can't cope with the heat. We will have to see if we can get it fixed.
The Ivory Coast has not been lucky for us at all!! We have planned to
go back to Mercedes as the accident has broken one of the welds on a
panel. Here we have found that there is no windscreen
available and we may have to go to
Ghana for a new one, if so this will involve another change of route
and we hope ...

Lonely Lies

A travel blog entry by mushbird25

1
8

... were then told by the taxi driver that this area was shut in the day time so we decided to go to another restaurant recommended in the book. This was called Le Nandjelet and was described as offering enchanting views of the Abidjan skyline. We managed to find the restaurant which was tucked away in the middle of nowhere. We were really pleased, the restaurant was on the water overlooking the city. I had a delicious lunch ...

Across Borders- Lagos to Abidjan

A travel blog entry by simifaj

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... I still felt the same level of anxiety. This was due to the many warnings of security issues at the Ivorian borders (due to the incessant attacks still emanating from the previously concluded civil war). Also, the rumors that rebel groups were still in charge at the border made one every uneasy, but the lure of an adventure kept me excited enough to get on the road again. This paid off in the end as I am now in love with the City of Abidjan (otherwise known by some ...

Country Roads, Take me Home

A travel blog entry by gflacke

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There is a local delicacy called aloko, which is a variation of the universal equatorial food known as the plantain, in this case fried in palm oil and cooked with fresh chilies. I had a hand at making my own version here in the forest, which was very, very tasty and mostly edible (some people could not eat it because I made it too spicy). Fresh chillies are readily available here, and together with plantains, avocados, and yams, are the most prevalent fresh ...

Living the Dream

A travel blog entry by gflacke

15


My seat-mate on the Perth to Johannesburg flight said it well when she heard about my previous and upcoming veterinary escapades in Africa, "from a vet's point of view you must be living the dream!" Well, it depends on your version of the dream, as I am sure most veterinarians do not dream of working with wildlife in Africa. But if they do, then yes, I am living the dream, and I am so very excited and happy to be doing so, and specifically to finally be ...

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This hotel, located on Road D `Assinie Maffia, Abidjan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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