Excalibur Benin Hotel

Address: 23B, Etete Road, G.R.A, Benin City, Nigeria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 23B, Etete Road, G.R.A, Benin City.
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      Fellowshipping with Benin City Brethren

      A travel blog entry by dare_jones on Jan 13, 2014

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      ... and encouraging discussion about the various cultural differences between the african and western cultures, various issues that God have used to shape and develop the young adults and the entire current congregation in Benin City. We ended the day with our second meal (dinner) at a fast food chain, thanking our heavenly Father for His love, Grace and Care. Tomorrow would be another day of fellowship with three families in various parts of Benin ...

      Visiting Benin City

      A travel blog entry by paul_moody on Jan 13, 2014

      9 comments, 4 photos

      On Sunday we made the road trip from Lagos to Benin City in order to meet with the local congregation and to arrange for personal visits with as many brethren as were available for such.

      The total drive time for the trip was 5 hours. Conditions on the road were favorable with only a few traffic jams to hold us up. One of our most memorable sights along the way was seen while stopped in traffic. The driver of the ...

      Bible Study in Benin

      A travel blog entry by dare_jones on Jan 12, 2014

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      ... to the brethren after leading the opening prayer and then Mark Mickelson gave the Bible Study. He encouraged the brethren to chose to obey God when things are conducive and good and not just do our own thing until God brings trials on us to lead us to repentance, just like Samson who had to have his eyes gouged out and enslaved as a grinder in a prison, suffering beatings and ...

      Surviving the Pan African highway...

      A travel blog entry by beattie99 on Oct 26, 2012

      ... bought Adrian's fanta for him...just nice. Eventually we start to hit a bit of open road which according to our map is the teams African highway, the driving is incredible! One minute tour two lanes headin one way and all of a sudden tour one lane with 3 lanes approaching... And all at break neck speeds. Overtaking three a breast...no problems. 1 police stop with a request for a gift, none given, car and truck wrecks litter for miles and 2 ...

      Travelling to Calabar

      A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Jun 18, 2012

      44 photos

      This journey has had so many hello goodbyes. I suppose this is the nature of the beast. I awoke to the call to prayer and read before breakfast. After breakfast I went for a wash in Okonfo's blessed stream. It was so refreshing. Okonfo and his children were already playing the drums and xylophone. They get such joy from music. It is heart warming to see. So after breakfast, we set off to the sound of music. ...