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BP 4450, Pointe Noire, Congo | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by erin_smolders


Goodbyes aboard the Africa Mercy are as frequent as the beautiful sunsets. There is an endless stream of comings and goings which leave the crew in a constant state of emotional turmoil. With the field service in Congo drawing to an end the farewells have become more and more difficult. With only days left before the sail the number of crew dwindles down and my own impending departure looms as I wave goodbye to more and more friends everyday. I ...


A travel blog entry by erin_smolders


... harbour. It's the chatterbox and the imaginative child; the way 20 people will call your name with delight whenever you walk through the door and onto the ward. Its knowing that I am a small part of a very grand story of hope and healing. It is a thousand little things which make up my day that leave a smile on my face and a song in my heart. Life here is not always easy and my days are filled with many challenges, but thankful these seem so small in comparison ...

A "normal" day in Pointe Noire

A travel blog entry by erin_smolders


... I learnt the rules for curling, watched the gracefulness of the figure skaters and tried to understand the purpose of that weird 'skinning down the bumpy slope' sport. Meal times were spent in front of the large communal tv, everyone cheering loudly as someone won or for often when someone wiped out. Medal tallies were discussed and debate, Everyone vying for top position. On the wards, patients would watch the opening ceremony and then the sports, with ...

Seasons Greetings

A travel blog entry by erin_smolders


... progress then the next minute reduced to tears by a precocious 12 year old. It's an exhausting few days but for totally different reasons than it would be back home. Over new year I have quite a few days off. I enjoy walking into town and taking long lunches. I visit the local hotel where we are allowed to use their pool, partially for free. For the price of a coke or a nice hamburger we have unlimited access to their extravagant facilities. It's an oasis in ...

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This hotel, located on BP 4450, Pointe Noire, is near Côte Sauvage, Basilique St. Anne, Temple Mosque, and Musée National du Congo (National Museum of Congo).
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