Hotel Azur International

Address: 54 Avenue N'teta Kouilou, Pointe Noire, Congo | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 54 Avenue N'teta Kouilou, Pointe Noire, is near Côte Sauvage, Basilique St. Anne, Temple Mosque, and Musée National du Congo (National Museum of Congo).
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    Travel Blogs from Pointe Noire

    Time for repairs

    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Apr 13, 2014

    9 photos

    ... it is
    still a very pleasant change. We have now managed to re-fix the side
    panel and it is looking good again.

    18 April
    Today we went to a
    Nissan garage to try to get a new panel on the bottom of the vehicle.
    Whilst there we spotted that they also did lots of generators and so
    asked them to check the injectors on our generator. It was slow work
    and so we will have to return ...


    A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on Mar 05, 2014

    17 photos

    ... over the world. Its in the sense of purpose and meaning I get even after a long hot day at work. It's sharing this amazing experience with so many wonderful people. In the excitement of new discoveries or seeing treatments for the new medical conditions I have never heard of before - believe me there have been some surprises. It is the feeling of love and support I get whenever I call home. It is watching the ships sail into the port or watching the sun set ...

    A "normal" day in Pointe Noire

    A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on Jan 10, 2014

    15 photos

    ... There is so much we take for granted in our comfortable western lives, where hardship and suffering is is just a news feed at the bottom of our tv screens. Donating blood has a immediate impact on another person life, it is life saving in its most literal sense. It is something I encourage everyone to do, wherever you may find yourself. In the Navy Nothing can send the crew of the Africa Mercy into a frenzy than a break from the routine of daily ship life. It ...

    Seasons Greetings

    A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on Dec 22, 2013

    14 photos

    ... pulling two children around the the deck in a cart. Their cute little faces have recently been transformed, with steri strips the only indication they ever had a clef lip. Eventually they, as much as I, are ready for bed. The next few days are filled with busy work. Tackling new challenges, complex wound assessments, quick shifts, irritable teenagers and unwell children. It is a roller coaster of emotion and confidence. In one shift I can can be satisfied with ...

    All aboard

    A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on Dec 09, 2013

    13 photos

    ... as I read all the kind messages and wonderful words of encouragement. It makes me miss the familiar things of home and my family. I don't say these things for the sympathy or pity but rather because I find it therapeutic and at the end of the day anyone reading this will know that is experience is not all Florence Nightingale type self sacrifice and Hollywood styled theatrics. To balance out the hard days there are also moments of pure joy, love and satisfaction. On ...