Hotel Costa Blanca

A 8 km (a droite) apres le peage de Kribi, Kribi, BP 903, Cameroon | Hotel
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This hotel is located on A 8 km (a droite) apres le peage de Kribi, Kribi.
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    Travel Blogs from Kribi

    Bata- Equatorial Guinea's largest continental city

    A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jun 25, 2014

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    ... of crackers and bananas. We had 2 days in Bata, the first day we went to Bata's adjacent beach, playa Bemu. We had the beach pretty much to ourselves since it was the middle of the day on Tuesday. The rest of the time we walked the long boardwalk and did some people watching, sampled local cuisine (pepe sup, fried plantains, and peanut sauce over rice), and toured around the interior of the city (our favorite thing was their beautiful cathedral filled with murals of equatoguinean ...

    Journey to the mainland- Monte Alen National Park

    A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jun 23, 2014

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    ... in Fang and are shocked to learn that Ayesha doesn't speak their language. We prompt them to give us a lesson and they crack up as we practice hello, how are you, I'm fine, and goodbye over and over. Suddenly I look down, in the 15 minutes we have been standing there I have gotten so many mosquito bites that it looks like I have the chicken pox, I look over at Ayesha and her legs look just as bad. I ask the boy if I can change in the house & he shows me a bedroom. When ...

    Rain & shine in Kribi

    A travel blog entry by jskammann on May 17, 2013

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    ... back with Michael in the evening. I now get my people don’t recommend travelling at night. For one the ride is quite bumpy as the there are no street lights, there are many potholes and unannounced speed bumps. Also many people are driving at night, sometimes without any lights and kids and adults walk along the road. Boy was I happy not to be the driver and to have a such a reliable and safe driver to bring us ...


    A travel blog entry by kenziertw on Feb 24, 2013

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    ... thunderstorm. We camped in the grounds of a hotel by the sea.
    25th February That insect bite that went bad was so infected I went to the hospital, where it was cleaned & dressed. I was also given a blood-test, the first one anyone on the truck has had that wasn't positive for malaria! I was also given anti-biotics (cloxacilline) and paracetamol. They weighed me (for some reason best known ...

    Limbe to Kribi

    A travel blog entry by beattie99 on Nov 03, 2012

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    ... to the fish the market and had more delicious fish...never thought I'd be such a fan! Like a proper holiday / tourist we went to the Great ape sanctuary - for gorillas and chimpanzees that have been rescued. Gorillas were absolutely incredible and with some very sad stories. Now more serried to try see lowland gorillas in the east or in Gabon. Met a lovely couple Erika and Ryan - Erika is originally from SA ...