Djeuga Palace

Address: Avenue Narvick, Yaounde, BP-2659, Cameroon | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenue Narvick, Yaounde.
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    Trip to Nkoteng

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Nov 05, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    This morning, Ben, the driver was at the hotel at 6:30 so we could leave at 07:00. It turned out he was from the north-west of Cameroon and English was his first language, so we spoke English, although his English was harder for me to understand than his French. The African accents tend to be more pronounced in English, that is to say, different from British or American English. I think the French have stayed more engaged in their former colonies, so there are more ...


    A travel blog entry by kathrynkeefe on May 30, 2014


    ... br> There are so many interesting smells in Cameroon. I can honestly say that my hotel room has a very sour odor to it. It grossed me out last night when I got in, but oddly enough, I think Im getting used to it.
    Im so thankful to have my own hotel room. The hotel were staying at is a mid-budget hotel costing appx 8000 cfas, or 15 dollars, per night. There is no hot water, and the toilet seat is missing, but the situation could be worse, so ...


    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Apr 04, 2014

    5 photos

    On the road we had a
    good run because the police checkpoints were just waving us through
    and there were lots of lovely flowers to see. We managed to get to a
    Church guest house where we knew we could stop and Mike went out on
    the moped to get the part.

    5 April

    Went to a couple of supermarkets ...

    The day at the police station

    A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Jul 04, 2012

    7 photos

    ... I persuaded them to jump in a taxi and come to the camp site to see the crime scene.

    They kept telling me over and over about locking doors. How do you say, "preaching to the converted" in French?

    Very shortly, we were back in the police station making a preliminary report which was hand written. As we (or rather I) translated the missing items, I felt sick to the pit of my stomach. I felt so so sad for the pair of them. The ...

    Last Day!

    A travel blog entry by awn~lmf on May 24, 2012

    5 photos

    ... not highly recommended. Our friend is doing better but is bored out of her mind because she has been on bed rest for the past month.

    Saturday night we stayed in Bamenda with a family related to our Fulani friends in Takui. It is so incredibly easy to make friends in Cameroon. People are so incredibly inviting. People actually want us to stay with them for as long as possible. It is not an inconvience to have guests. Actually a couple times this trip, people ...