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Travel Blogs from Bouafle
... I may not be typing this right now!). Ivory Coast came and went in a flash. We spent the first few nights in the town Korhogo. We managed to time our stay at the hotel with both a wedding and a Valentine’s Day celebration. Throw in the night club right beside the car park we were camped in and it made for an extremely long and noisy night’s sleep. We spent a day visiting the local villages and seeing the work they do, including wooden mask carvers, ...
Drove a bit further north today because
our next visa does not start until the 1st February. It
has been very hot reaching a maximum of 51.5 centigrade in the direct
sun and 39 inside. We decided to have an early stop at another garage
for the ...
... tried to stay in the top hotels
Today we went to see the presidential
palace but the closest you can get is the 5 metre high perimeter
wall. Inside the old President who built the capital here is buried
next to a lake with sacred crocodiles living in it. The town is
weird, it has six lane highways in a grid formation all leading to
nowhere. Every street has full electric lighting and all is ...
... just waving us
through when they see the number plate. Passed a couple of groups of
teenagers with painted faces and feathers in their hair; it obviously
was for something special but we do not know what. At our last police
check of the day we stopped and asked if we could park in front of
their main barracks to which the readily agreed.
... Becci so after grabbing some lunch from a bakery we went to buy the meat and vegetables. I was accosted by a little boy who wanted to hold my hand, I was a bit suspect as I had cash in that hand but he grabbed my wrist and walked along. That quickly turned into him putting his arms around my waist and then crying as I wouldn't look at his shop. He was really quite strong and I felt awful having ...