Hotel Tchitenda

Address: Pointe Noire, BP. 4676, Congo | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pointe Noire

Last days

A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on May 25, 2014

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... many of the younger guys learnt a lot of their english skills from the TV show 'How I meet you mother' so it is not uncommon to hear funny little catch phrases spoken in thick african accents - "I am flexible" or "piece of cake", or my fave "suit up". They have done this all with a fun and willing attitude. To watch the way they would demonstrate getting out of bed after a hernia operation or something as simple as how to put on a ...

Balloon Soccer

A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on Feb 20, 2014

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... it means balloon or bubble (obviously I've been playing with a lot of both while I'm hard at work). I find his balloon and proceed with a 45 minute game of balloon soccer. He may only be 5 years old but this young boy has got some skills, and a brilliant imagination. We play until one of us eventually wins (Merveil) or someone gets tired (usually me). It is obvious from watching him that he has seen some professional soccer ...

Seasons Greetings

A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on Dec 22, 2013

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... most of every opportunity. For everyone who has sent me messages and emails, no matter how small or simple, I am truly grateful for the encouragement it has been. New Years is a simple night with sunsets, popcorn and chocolate. A little dinner party of african cuisine up on the outside deck overlooking the harbour and then a movie with my cabin mates. It's small and intimate but its enough. I see in the new year funnily enough with my family. Thanks to the power ...

All aboard

A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on Dec 09, 2013

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... but thankfully there is an excellent teaching program onboard and hopefully in a few weeks I will be fluent enough in French to be able to talk with my patients, lucky we have such wonderful translators who are very generous with our patients and take as much pride in caring for them as the nurses do. The Christmas season is in full swing here in the Congo. Our ship is decorated in lights and Christmas trees are all over the main decks. The ship academy (the primary ...

Our day through the stunning Congolese mountains

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Jul 12, 2012

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... Along the way, we passed some incredible mountains and rainforest. The scenes we so striking. Breathtaking! This road had been constructed by China (possibly in exchange for petroleum rights).

Entering Ponte Noire was a tale of two cities. The outskirts had many hardware shops and mainly lively, friendly people. As we passed the market, a crowd of people road at us. Magic! We then entered the polished supermarket side of town. Not my thing really.