Atlantis Beach Hotel

Address: UN Drive, Mamba Point, Monrovia, Liberia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on UN Drive, Mamba Point, Monrovia, is near The Plateau and National Museum of Abidjan.
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    Travel Blogs from Monrovia

    Playing to Live and Instruments updates

    A travel blog entry by sbusby on May 31, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... and be still. They can either just sit by themselves, or they can be rocked and held or just gently intentionally touched on feet or hands.

    2. Music instrument relay - A relay race between two teams where they have to race to their team's designated basket of instruments and shake the instrument as they run back. They switch off while the next runner goes and gets a new instrument. Game goes on until one team wins.

    3. I love ...

    Monrovia Business

    A travel blog entry by joshing16 on Apr 06, 2015

    4 photos

    Monday started frustratingly when I tried to work on finalizing our master database. I could not get the track pad on my laptop to work despite repeated restarts. After wasting two hours I finally gave up and worked on Kerstin's laptop to prepare the Excel file we would use to analyze our results. (Later I would find out from Cal, that many PCs have a button on them that locks the track pad. I had no idea about this. I have some words for the designer who thought the ...

    Happy Fourth of July...Independence Day!

    A travel blog entry by sbusby on Jul 04, 2014

    1 photo

    ... abolished. I was moved by this story. Just in Ghana, the country right abice LIberia, it was the central point of African slave trade. Ryan and I found out that it was actually the African tribal leaders themselves who were the main slave traders. I had always thought that iw as people from the U.S. who went and captured African people and brought them to the U.S. as slaves. but it was so in the part of the world where we currently live. ...

    Surf's up! and weekly recipes

    A travel blog entry by sbusby on Apr 06, 2014

    6 photos

    ... to read music, how to conduct and all of those ins and outs. She is extremely protective and supportive of me...she calls me her teacher...too cute. If people in the choir are talking while I am talking she snaps and calls them out and shuts them up fast. While that is not my style, it keeps them focused. She told everyone that the District was going to bring in a specialist and pay them to teach people how to read music and play the piano but I am doing it for free...that I have ...

    Updates and a new recipe of the week!

    A travel blog entry by sbusby on Mar 09, 2014

    9 photos

    ... was posted on the wall at Church even. The sisters and YW were so amazed to see Ryan out swimming...all Liberians are terrified of the ocean...none of them know how to swim and it is not uncommon for people to drowned regularly because of it. The ocean here doesn't seem to have a is a wild child with rip tides and strange pathways. Those of us who are strong swimmers are careful and don't just casually swim and never alone. They asked if I could swim and I said yes ...