Hotel Ureca

C/ Carretera de Aeropuerto, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Malabo

A Whirlwind of a Week

A travel blog entry by fcroser


... I was thinking I could find something cheap to pass as a Halloween costume, and it’s a fun place to browse anyway, so we thought we would make a morning of the trip. I didn’t end up finding a Halloween costume, but I did find an awesome Zara wrap dress that I can wear anywhere for any occasion, and a wool mini dress that will be fun to wear back in Philadelphia. It didn’t matter that I hadn’t found a costume, because I felt like staying in that night, anyway. ...

Nightlife in Malabo

A travel blog entry by fcroser

... br> Around 3:00, which had been our established curfew for the night, Gafaar had hatched a plan to take us dancing at a club called Eclipse. David knew it would be a fun experience, and a relatively safe one, because we would be there until dawn if we went. So, he granted us permission, and told us to stick together and be safe, because he was going to call it a night. It was about 3:30 when we got to Eclipse in Sampaca, a town about 15 minutes outside of Malabo. The club was huge ...

An unexpectedly great day

A travel blog entry by fcroser


... 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 ...

A Field Trip to Finca Sampaka

A travel blog entry by fcroser


... we stopped to pick up some pineapples (what they call the cacao fruits), and cracked one open to taste the fresh cacao beans. They're covered in a delicious substance that's sweet and milky. I would have eaten handfuls if Felipe hadn't told us that they often cause an upset stomach. And finally, beyond the village and the cacao trees, the dirt road ended at a huge clearing. Recently, the city of Malabo took a huge portion of the back half of the ...

What a Crazy Week It's Been

A travel blog entry by fcroser

... fruits, vegetables and fish were also lined up for sale, but Semu is infamous for its sale of the island's bushmeat. This is where the carcasses of endangered monkeys are sold, along with small antelope called duikers and other small mammals. The smell was very unpleasant, so we avoided the bushmeat aisles, but I've been told that the women will simply cover their bushmeat with cardboard when white people walk by. As if you can't tell that a monkey tail is ...


This hotel, located on C/ Carretera de Aeropuerto, Malabo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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