05 BP 1895, Cotonou, Benin | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cotonou

Exploring the 'de facto' Capital

A travel blog entry by chrlttzmmrmn


Largest city in Benin, de facto capital, major port, has airport and Benin-***** railway, means 'mouth of the river death' in the Fon language, an unlovable example of urban Africa

Accommodations: Dichotel- situated in the embassies area in the Akpakpa district. Opened in October 2003. Prices starting at $102 per night.

Sabbath in Cotonou and back to Nigeria

A travel blog entry by paul_moody


... two native Beninoans as they are called, who cant speak or understand yoruba, and the rest of the brethren understand and speak both french and yoruba. So, communication was thus translated twice for some brethren to get the information being passed across. It was interesting and yet heart warming to see the dedication and commitment of these people to the way of life to which they were called. All except the four of us that drove in from *****ia, have french bibles. The song ...

Visit with Michelle Ogoudele in Cotonou

A travel blog entry by paul_moody


... for you to pass. Of course as a frequent traveller (seen immediately by the bulk of the vehicle documents I have - showing old and new ones as the documents are renewed monthly and every three months) I was allowed to pass without insistence on paying at every toll since they knew I already know the four "official" points where the gate tolls are to be paid.

We drove about a half hour into Cotonou after changing our money to the currency of Benin called cefa (pronounced ...

About to Land in Cotonou, Benin.

A travel blog entry by sharonrobinson


... I have worked with over the years only to find out afterwards that I didn’t ‘reach the mark’ so to speak… and the expression is this: “People who are hard to please… are hard to please.” I have since become more aware of who I end up working so hard to please and who I end up pleasing almost effortlessly. It is the people who are taking no responsibility for themselves compared to those ...

Swimming, Visas and Voodoo

A travel blog entry by timshazz


... passengers did accept though and got quite an experience, including a "blessing" of sorts.

We headed back towards camp, stopping to have lunch at a lovely restaurant on the way. For less than $10 we had an enormous feed of barracuda and a couple of beers. Tummies full we grabbed a couple of motor bikes back to camp a fairly exciting experience as we went full pelt despite the poor state of the roads. Something like being a passenger on the Paris – Dakar rally I ...


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