Hotel Bahia Malabo
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Back to all of the things that have happened in the past two-ish weeks. I can’t believe it’s really been that long since I’ve had access to a reliable Internet connection. It really doesn’t seem like it’s been that long. After our incredibly exhausting weekend of clubbing that all ran into one long adventure, a relaxing week would have been just the thing. But, we knew that’s not what the week had in store. A bunch of separate plans finally came ...
... an eel peering out from a crevice between two rocks, and motioned for me to come take a look. It wasn’t the least bit scared, and just stared coolly out at us, feeling unthreatened. Katie was taking pictures with her underwater camera the whole time, so someone did get a chance to document the day’s activities.
After our two hours were up, I was exhausted and ready to eat. We all came home to take our rationed showers, and find something to snack on. We ...
On Sunday morning, we girls were up at a reasonable hour, and decided to go out for breakfast. Our first thought was spaghetti omelets, but our favorite spot was closed. So, we headed to our favorite Italian restaurant, Bidji Biņia, instead. The last time we ate there, I noticed the breakfast menu, and the choices sounded pretty appetizing. I tried the fried eggs, which came with sausage, bacon, pepperoni, tomatoes, bread, OJ and a cappuccino. It was ...
... factory and plantation workers live, and past this small village is a forested patch of land that looks like any other. But, this patch is actually where the cacao trees grow, carefully managed, despite the undisturbed appearance of the land.
First, we were greeted by the owner, Felipe, who gave us a tour of the factory. Everything looked very primitive, but if some of the best cacao in the world is produced in Bioko, I guess that's less ...
... discovered, and I never want to eat anywhere else. Most of the food isn't awfully expensive, and the sandwiches I've had, along with the coffee ice cream, have been incredible. I'm dying to try the $13 sundae with stracciatella, caramel and chocolate ice cream, but I think I'll wait until Katie feels like splitting one. That's just too much money for me to justify spending, unless I make a meal of it. I got home and finished most of my assignment just in time ...
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