Travel Blogs from Malabo
... we prepared several official letters stating the purpose of our travels, 2 color copies of our passports, our immunization records, 2 visa applications with passport photos attached, I shuffled around my packet of documents and mentally prepared myself, stepped up to the counter & handed over my paperwork. The man at the desk scans my passport, takes my picture, takes a fingerprint and pushes my documents back to me. All I can think about is how much energy I ...
... Sunday morning. We had to get up early so we could load all of our things onto the bus, and pack all of the food and supplies for the camp on the southern beaches, at Moraka Playa, and the camp in the southern highlands, at Moka. It was a crazy transition from a busy week of all the best that Malabo has to offer to gathering the bare necessities for a few weeks without any of the comforts we’ve become accustomed to. Luckily, the first segment of our time abroad definitely went out with a ...
... the bus that took us to the house where our lunch was held, I felt like I was in a Texas-themed amusement park. If the plants hadn’t been tropical, the houses would have looked like they were part of an American suburb. The second we walked in the house, our hostess Susan introduced us to the other wives.
They welcomed us and showed us to the kitchen, where they had laid out ...
... Sipopo Beach, but it didn't matter. We were really excited for a beach day! So, we rushed home, woke up the boys, got dressed, and sat on the sofa with all of our things, waiting for Ghafar and his friends.
When we squeezed into two cars, four of us in the back seat of Ghafar's Toyota Hilux and one in the front seat, plus two more in another car already packed with people. When we asked which beach we were headed to, Ghafar said we were ...
... there but Carmen managed to get her way and take pictures of things. She even made some of the ladies working there take our picture and had to teach them how to use the camera. It's her way or the highway man; it was quite funny. Once we get the pictures from her, I'll upload them to this blog. After the trip to SEMU, we went to the EG cultural
center to see the Michael Jackson exhibit. So the vice president here bought MJ's glove. ...
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