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Travel Blogs from Abuja
... us up. It consists of vehicles struggling on the mud roads
and we have that to look forward to as it is the only crossing
available to us. I do not believe it, it is only 4 pm and everyone
has gone home with the exception of the two guards.
We were hoping that the work would have
been finished today but they had to use bigger brake pads than the
original and had then forced the brake drum on ...
... our couch surfing host we noticed a murmur fill the bush car. We soon realised why and quickly began to feel shame at out red and white splattered sweaty bush clothes as the Beverley Hills style mansions began to tower above us, as they do on their special Californian-like hill.
We reached the gate of the German Embassy compound and were ushered, delighted, overawed and overwhelmed into pure rarefied luxury. Ahead was a ...
... More accurately would be to translate it as “Inshaalla” – “God willing” in Arabic
Меня как-то спрос 80;ли «А где же Юнона?». Она все еще играе 90; в ...
... br> I'm not gonna lie; the train ride was pretty uneventful. It consisted of sleep permeated with short periods of wakefulness, in which the main objective was to find a more comfortable position in which to sleep. London (innit?) soon came around though, and Bermondsey to mum, my aunt and newborn cousin was the first stop. After changing at London Bridge from Circle to Jubilee lines. A few hazy mobile phone directions later and I was at the flat. I mainly sat with the baby ...
... the afternoon and we all went out to dinner before their flight. We ate at a place called AJ's and the menu had pizza! That tasted so good!
The temperature is hotter in Abuja than we've experience so far, reaching over 100. Sleeping last night was pretty miserable. So we opted to pay for air conditioning tonight, so that we'd get a good night's sleep--if the power stayed on--before traveling. (Cost was only 50 Naira per hour, which comes to about 35 cents per hour.)