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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Amber Tinapa Calabar
Travel Blogs from Calabar
... WBA game in the bar, but, with 2 minutes of normal time to go we got hit by huge thunderstorm, which found all the leaks in the tents! It also knocked out the electricity supply, so we missed the result. Camped.
12th February Stinking hot & humid. I tried to use the internet, but the connection was so slow I gave up - I had purchased 60 minutes, but after 80 minutes had only used 20 of them! Len, Dan, Ron, Niamh, Zed, ...
... going nowhere. We could see the lights of Calabar in the distance and were all hoping fervently that the road turned in that direction real soon.
Have you ever been in a situation where you know things are rapidly going to **** and you can’t do a damn thing about it? This felt like one of those times. Everyone was dead silent and there was a palpable feeling of discomfort amongst us. As we neared a village with music pounding but seemingly in a ...
Not a good night's sleep made worse by the fact that my watch was an hour out thereby almost making me late for getting the breakfast ready. Never mind. I got the fire going and it was pancakes all round.
After breakfast, I sent an email and relaxed in the shade.
This morning , I was thinking about the pros and cons of travelling in a group with travelling alone. I feel groups look less vulnerable ...
Not enough sleep last night but never mind, a lovely breakfast more than made up for it. After doing yet more washing (this seems to be becoming a daily event).
I went down to the bar to get some electricity (this was scarce) at this hotel. I met Samuel and Kinini (the manager and barman). I also met Rebecca Brown. The four of us spent the morning together, talking, arm wrestling and sharing bottles of ...
... the state library. It was so interesting to see the way a library works in *****ia. It was also interesting to see all the donated books that had come from America to go into the state library. The librarian came with us to the markets as Yoshi was searching in vain as it turned out) for a road map of Africa.
I have never been in so many bookshops in my life! As we ambled around the markets, my energy levels ...