Hotel Le Coelacanthe

Address: Moroni, Grande Comore, Comoros | Hotel
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100 Countries...but who's counting?

A travel blog entry by timshazz on Jun 10, 2013

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... Ahmed was spruiking in our ears about a lift to town. He had started at 20 Euro (10000KF) but by the time we were ready to pick up our luggage and leave I had him down to 4000F with a stop in town at the ATM to get money as there were no money changing facilities open at the airport.

The ride into town was less than inspiring. It was nice to be somewhere different but the small villages and surrounding countryside were a bit grim. It seemed no-one had any ...

More reasons why I need a rich husband...

A travel blog entry by martaj on Jun 16, 2007

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... progressing to our papaya, and then to my underwear (!), with the exciting climax of me waking up in the middle of the night to it chomping ON MY HAIR. Gross. All this situated in the lovely atmosphere of a town without food called Chomoni. Seriously it took us 2 hours to find some bananas and crackers, and we didn't starve the next day due to the kindness of a French UN worker who was passing by and left us pastries and more bananas. In defense we did ...

Boating misery

A travel blog entry by martaj on Jun 12, 2007

... have it on good authority that it is large, fast, and relatively clean. Lessons learned I suppose. While the experience does cause endless amusement for Rose and I and we just look at each other and burst out laughing every now and then, it will never be repeated. If you ever want a really good story ask me about the seagull... In the mean time I will relate an entry from my journal that I think accuratly speaks to what the four days were ...

Time to leave the Comoros Islands

A travel blog entry by roseryan on Jun 12, 2007

... accomodation, and we had camped on the beach in a different village the night before (incredible) and were in need of fresh water. We found our hotel - a room on the beach in a little building. Just a bed, table, a giant poster of Wesley Snipes from "Blade" covering the wall, no electricity, buckets of water upon request, and an outside stone squat toilet that I'm positive folks up the hill looked into as ...


A travel blog entry by roseryan on Jun 05, 2007

... with only wooden benches and dirty, dirty floor. Don't forget: -The guy who yells a lot in Swahili at all hours about nothing of importance (I often thought he was on a cell phone because no one in the room was listening) -The guy with really phlemy coughs. -The guy who totally thinks we could get married and it will be just fine, even though the only things I can say in Swahili are basic greetings and nouns such as papaya, milk, ginger ...

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