Green Place Hotel

Address: 17, bargery road, Kano, 234, Nigeria | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 17, bargery road, Kano, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Kano

      Western Nigeria and the onset of Malaria

      A travel blog entry by bradmccartney on Jun 07, 2009

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      ... and were happy to chat with us and interact with us.

      A couple of days after leaving Yankarri I start to become ill, with a fever, night sweats and general pain all over, is this the start of malaria.......The doctor on the trip says yes I have malaria, his portable blood test kit does not work properly so its off to the nearest hospital several days away in Cameroon........
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      The Oldest city in West Africa

      A travel blog entry by bradmccartney on May 31, 2009

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      ... It wasn't till afterward I was told there were fundamental militants in the area and the military and Police were on high alert.

      Kano is one of the oldest cities in West Africa, some 1400 years old. It was the old trading route across the Sahara in ancient times and with it came the spread of Islam. Kano is interesting because it imposes Sharia Law in certain parts of the city, which means no alcohol. The exception to this is the Christian part of town with all ...

      Nigeria

      A travel blog entry by korakosa on Jan 02, 2006

      5 photos

      ... go to the bathroom". Not my only run-in with confusion of that type... *****ia is a really interesting place. The part of *****ia we stayed in is predominantly Muslim. Many nights at about 4AM there were prayer loudspeakers that would blast out Arabic prayers at high volume. I'm not sure what they were saying of course but it was interesting that no one complains about the noise. Can you imagine the whining in the US if that kind of thing happened? Tribal ...