Etoile du Sud
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Happy Valentine's Day everyone! Cote D'Ivoire has risen to the occasion by men on the streets peddling red roses made out of lacy knickers. Dave has failed to cut the mustard and us 3 girls are without so much as a chocolate between us.
Christmas is still going strong here too with Christmas trees everywhere - one in the hotel in Abidjan, Marissa knocked one flying in a cafe and one laden ...
... a email, (I have quite a few built up, just waiting to go on my iPod)
We can’t even go for a swim in the sea, the rip current is really wild and I think if you did go in , you wouldn’t be coming out anytime soon
The adventure continues
23 December Aberjan(campsite)
I have done the bit of washing I had, I hadn’t bothered changing since the sleeping camel, I was on fire and cook group, so there hardly ...
... most of the way to La Me, in fact. I was glad to see that when we got to a security checkpoint the men didn't bother to stop us for a check. This is a good sign for me since it shows we are not traveling under heightened security. When we came here 6 years ago, we were checked going and coming through this checkpoint. This time we just slowly proceeded over several speed humps. The Peugeot 407 bottomed out over a couple of them. The driver slowed down even more ...
... be 3
or 4 weeks to get one from Germany. After a few discussions they will
try to find a second hand windscreen local. We are going to go back
tomorrow morning to get some servicing done after the bad roads. Left
there and found a place to stay about 15 kms away. It is basically a
restaurant and swimming pool on the beach.
Arrived back at Mercedes and already a
problem they did ...
... Paris, city of dreams") and would love to visit as often as possible.
The journey was an amazing one filled with lots of unforgettable experiences. Travel time from Lagos to Abidjan was approximately 20 hours in total, however, we broke-up the journey in Accra and Cape Coast. I’ll have to borrow from MasterCard’s theme about moments in life being priceless. Eating Banku and fish at the Aflao (Togo/Ghana) Border was ...