Hard Rock Cafe

Address: Lakka, Sierra Leone | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Lakka

      Terrifying Travels and Research Recesses

      A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on May 05, 2014

      5 photos

      ... t managed to capture the picture I had in mind, having clambered up a number of surrounding hills, only to be disappointed by thick vegetation blocking the view. So, determined to get the coveted shot, I approached the security guard at the local cellphone tower to see if I could utilise it's elevation and, somewhat surprisingly, he was only too happy to oblige (no OSH regulations here). At about 100ft, unrestrained, and completely focused on the view below, I had failed ...

      Christmas on the beach

      A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Dec 23, 2013

      2 comments, 12 photos

      Our first experience of Sierra Leone was the police checks! I find it very strange that you go through a police check, then customs, then the border police only to travel a further 100 yards to hit yet another police check, what are they checking???? Anyway, they decided to call us all off of the truck to go and say hi to the fat cop sat in a shelter, he literally just wanted to see us to say hi and then we could ...

      Day 2: "Whats one more piece of candy?"

      A travel blog entry by coverman on Jun 10, 2013

      40 photos

      ... them. Hilah and I paired up. For me this was defiantly out of my comfort zone and I felt so out of place. How am I supposed to comfort these women? How would I feel if I was one of these mothers, would I be grateful or not want strangers around at this private moment? Hilah found a little boy with big brown eyes who was so sweet; his little body could barely hold his head up. She would tickle his feet and he would just laugh and laugh. ...

      River Number 2

      A travel blog entry by siren65 on Mar 02, 2013

      8 photos

      While the name "River No. 2" seems like a boring name for a tourist destination, the beach itself is probably one of the most beautiful beaches I've ever visited.  Along the coast, about 10 miles south of Freetown (on the way inland to Njala), Moses drove Oliver, Patricia and myself along with the seven Illinois students to River No. ...

      Coconut Water

      A travel blog entry by siren65 on Mar 01, 2013

      2 photos

      In downtown Freetown, along Siaka Stevens Street, we each bought a coconut from a man selling them on a street corner in a wheelbarrow. They were 3000 Leones, or about 75 cents apiece. Using a machete, he hacked off the tip of the coconut and handed me the fruit. Then I drank the sweet coconut water from the hole he'd just cut. It ...