Hilton Garden Inn Liberia Airport
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Standard business class Western-style hotel - not much for charm, but a comfortable and convenient place to spend the night prior to an early-morning departure from Liberia.
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Last full day of the trip - always a depressing proposition, but perhaps even more so in this case, since the only planned activity was a long, depressing drive to an even more depressing location - the Hilton Hotel at the Liberia airport. Sure, according to the reviews, the hotel is nice with a decent pool, but come on - staying out by the airport …
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... Allis said not to wear shoes as they are only going to get wet which was true but I feel I should've worn my water shoes as trying to walk on the stones and rockery was just a tad painful. We got over the first set of rocks onto a little secluded beach. Surrounding this area of the beach is cliffs with trees growing on and we managed to see some howler monkeys who do just that and howl all the time. Over the next set of rocks was ...
... spirit, and take
away the trail and all the other horses walking nose to tail. Oscar led the way
but it felt like it was just Maya and I. We took a little run through one of
the many meadows, splashed through streams, and zig-zagged up steep hills. I
took pictures of course but pictures really would never be able to capture this
experience…and this was the most technical horseback riding I have ever done