Travel Blogs from Lome
... he had practical questions about how to best make that work. We spent about 45 minutes with him. Saying goodbye and until next time, we drove on to visit one last family in their home.
The grandmother, expecting our visit was wearing her best clothes and even some perfume (a true luxury here if there ever was one). She was amazed to learn we came from the US, and made a high pitched "yeee" sound and clapped her hands in astonishment. Her son ...
... was going out of business due to the terrible economic difficulties faced as a result of coups d’état and the finagling of dictatorship. It was not a pleasant stay at the time. Things have gotten much better in a number of ares in Togo, hostelry among them.
We checked in and when given a room facing away from the ocean, asked if we could have a sea view. This was accorded and we now have a beautiful view of the pounding surf across the ...
... here at the camp that
we had met at various places before so we chatted about who had been
where but mostly about the problem of the attitude of the border
police etc. It seems they treat everybody with little regard.
Today we became residents of Togo and
also got two more visa's. It took 7 hours in all but we have to spend
the time as we need the visa's.
... 8217;t give out information it has, or gives misinformation as a way of keeping the passengers guessing thereby controlling them. Under the circumstances, this is understandable on one hand, but frustrating on the other. One can never be sure where to go or where to wait until the very last moment. This time for example we were told our flight would leave from Gate 6, then when boarding was announced and everyone hurried to line up, the gate crew said it was ...
... accompanied by soft drinks. We had a very animated discussion with serious questions and jokes, deep thought and joyful laughter. It was a very pleasant evening. Finally it was clear people were getting tired, eyelids were drooping and I knew these were all early risers due to the nature of their work. It’s logical to rise early in Africa, only the morning and late afternoon and evening temperatures allow much sustained y The heat of the day demands rest ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Epsilon Lome
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