Hotel Impala

Address: Enrique N`vo Apd 62 , Malabo, Equatorial Guinea | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Enrique N`vo Apd 62 , Malabo.
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Travel Blogs from Malabo

Pico Basille, our final equatoguinean adventure

A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jun 27, 2014

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... I was fully prepared for failure, so I would not be too disappointed if it didn't work out" Since we hadn't found anyone who had ever been there to advise us I stopped a can on the street. "We need transportation to and from Pico Basille, and we want to hike there, so we need you to wait for us, how much will you charge for that?" The taxi driver was game, he wanted $12 for driving there and back, and $12 for ever hour he waited. For a cab this is ...

For richer or for poorer

A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jun 21, 2014

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... during the rainy season. As we pass these neighborhoods we see people cooking over coal fires, washing clothes with water from the streams, some people are washing themselves with buckets of stream water, while others step outside their back doors to urinate in the dirt. Many people set up small businesses from their porches. They sell food, clothing, shoes, and small household goods. Many shops sell cellphone minutes. Almost everyone has a cell phone to communicate. ...

Moka village and Bioko biodiversity protection

A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jun 18, 2014

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... people are catholic, there are still many ways in which their older customs are prevalent. They believe that ancestors' spirits can possess community members with knowledge and healing abilities and they still go to these people for healing. They present 3 day old babies to the community with a naming festival and the baby receives a beaded bracelet which he/she will wear their whole lives. Every year they have a ņame (sweet potato) festival where they give thanks for their ...

Cultural centers

A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jun 14, 2014

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... that often hovers around our youth.

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They don't seem to have a lot of other options for entertainment in the city so it's great that the centers have figured out ways to engage them. Both concerts have been entertaining. I feel like I'm watching part middle school talent show, part open mic night at a local bar, and part high profile rap or pop artist performance. The artists are taking themselves seriously- many wear carefully selected outfits that ...

Back to school

A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jun 11, 2014

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... built wooden benches with a long board across the top to bare down on. The principal took us into 2 or 3 different rooms & had us introduce ourselves. The students all stood up as we walked in, and said "buenas tardes" in unison. They waited for permission from their teacher to sit. They listened quietly as Ayesha & I gave our little spiel about why we were visiting & we told the classes that once they finished their exams we'd love to speak ...

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