Channel View Hotel
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10th February An early start. No breakfast as we had a long drive day. Ben & Todd spent an extra day at the Sheraton as Todd has an eye infection. They plan to fly down to Calabar to join us on Monday. The road was in a better condition, but here were still (infrequent for *****ia) checkpoints. The truck had a large outbreak of 'the trots', including me. We bushcamped. Before we went to bed we saw fireworks, concluding *****ia had ...
... FROM THE LOCALS MORE THAN ONCE. The meaning being, once they saw you were lost they will direct you up the wrong way, ring their bandit mates and that will be the end of you. Hmmmm. Just two rules...surely that wasn’t a problem and we were making excellent time.
And then the GPS got involved!!!! About 50km from Calabar, the light fading rapidly, the GPS ***** kept insisting that MABEL turn around and go down another road we’d just passed. ...
... on this journey) all the better. It is nice to get on with everyone but you only need to be closer to the good people. If the people are not good this can be a challenge. On the other hand, one only has to spend a little time with other people (mealtimes, truck etc...) On one's own, one can walk away at any time. Nevertheless it is good to experience all types of people. You learn so much about yourself, your ...
... br> Having beaten me at arm wrestling, Kinini was giving me tips on how to get stronger!
After supper, I went back to the bar to spend more time chatting with Kinini and Joshua. This has become a regular African pastime! This is after all why I came to Africa pastime!
The thunderstorm was really impressive and the rain bucketed down. At 10 o'clock, I ran to the tent to avoid the down power!
... the market square where the minivan dropped us all off.
I really enjoyed wandering around the market. Firstly, I found myself a huge map of Africa. It may be crumpled but I love it. I then wandered around looking for food. I bought some nuts which fell out of their bag. A man came to my rescue giving me another bag asking nothing for it. I spent a while in Calabar just enjoying talking to ...