The Federal Palace Hotel
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... formations in the water.
We saw different things in the rocks like monster faces, donkey Kong and elephants.
I did not like it as much but I got a bag of gummi bears for doing it.
The next day we went to the rocks on top of water and looked around and after a hour we
went to the beach and found a cave.
... of the city had all been closed. Almost everyone was watching television. Inside the nearly deserted teahouse, there was an animated conversation at the next table. One of the men terminated the discussion by shooting the other. "The newspaper has just been delivered. You can read about what will happen tomorrow. Although our city is very backward in many ways, we do at least get our news a day early." -- "Will you make love with me ...
We landed in Libreville, Gabon to let some passengers off and to pick up some others. After all the departing passengers got off the plane, the flight attendants verified the owner of each carry-on bag in the overhead bins. Each of us had to claim our bags. This took several minutes but was a good security measure. Then they sprayed the plane for mosquitos. They reassured us that this spray was not harmful to us. How does it kill mosquitos, then? We took off and headed to Lagos, ...
... floor for their inspection, they quickly decided to let us pass on through.
We were met at the airport, with warm hugs and greetings, by Oludare (Dare) Akinbo and his wife Tolulope (Tohun) and Yemisi Ibirogba. We were taken to the Akinbo's home where we shared in a delicious *****ian meal and settled in for the Sabbath evening. (Picture Below). ...
... group of about a dozen people chanting under an umbrella – some sort of religious ceremony?
I turn inland (north) and walk toward the street, passing by a few different areas where dozens of tents are pitched. I’m guessing these are slum campgrounds for people who can’t afford housing? What a contrast to see that in what is supposed to be Lagos’ most upscale neighborhood, where most foreign-brand hotels are located and many foreigners live.
I walked ...