Travel Blogs from Malabo
... younger than us was waiting. "Morgan? Ayesha? Autumn sent me to pick you up" Autumn and her husband Scott are our hosts for the next few weeks. The live here and work to develop community outreach programs, they generally house a few interns at a time who assist them with programs in health care and education. We are so fortunate that they've agreed to let us rent a room in their house & while we're here they are eager to show us around the capital and to take us to ...
... was booked for Sunday evening. He was trying to squeeze in one last epic Equatoguinean weekend, and we did all that we could to help.
We left for Sipopo around noon, and when we got there, flippers, goggles and snorkels had all been laid out on a table for us to pick from. After everyone had their gear, we boarded our paddle boats to head for a small island not far from the beach. The island is very rocky, and the water is very shallow between the beach and the ...
... we have a lot more freedom to explore the city, and we chose to come here, while the oil company families don’t have much freedom to leave the compound, and most of them settled here after the husbands had been working here on and off for several years. It was a relaxing afternoon with tons of good food, a comfortable house to enjoy it in, and great Texas hospitality to make us feel at ...
... ever seen.
The tide was high, so there wasn't much beach to speak of, but we climbed over and under the low-hanging tree branches until we found a shady area to claim for our own. The water was so warm and inviting that I couldn't stay away. Even my urge to take a million pictures wasn't enough to keep me from floating in the surf. It's been a long time since I visited a beach with substantial waves, so bobbing up and down as they rolled ...
... So we have a little bit of a mouse problem here in the student house. They are cute little mice though! We always see them scurry around while we watch movies and whatnot. I guess it's a problem having mice live in the house, so David proposed a challenge. Each mouse you catch dead or alive is 5000 CFA ($10). The guys were hyped for this challenge and of course I didn't want to kill any mice. An hour or so after David told us this Ari and ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Impala Malabo
Other places to stay in Malabo
Plaza de la Independencia, Malabo | 5 star hotelfrom $289
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Avenida de la libertad , Malabo | Hotelfrom $60
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Zona Sipopo, notheast Bioko Island, Malabo | 4 star hotelfrom $255
Carretera del Aeropuerto Km 7 Bioko, Malabo | Hotelfrom $290
PO Box 201 Malabo 2 Isla de Bioko, Malabo | 4 star hotelfrom $158