Hotel Venus

Address: 306, Avenue de la Gombe , Kinshasa, Congo - The Dem. Repub. | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 306, Avenue de la Gombe , Kinshasa, is near Zongo Falls, Lake Kivu, and Mount Nyiragongo.
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      Travel Blogs from Kinshasa

      Meetings and office work

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 10, 2014

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... desires, a long list, with which the members here would like help: everything from a permanent church hall (we’ll probably have to rent something now that the government is requiring a permanent office), to scholarship money for children to attend school, to assistance for medical emergencies and more. I told them we’ll start with what’s most important and work our way through the list as we’re able and as appropriate.
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      Le Fleuve

      A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 22, 2014

      7 photos

      ... what he does for a living. He told us short descriptions of each of the antiques. It was quite interesting. His wife insisted that we have "un sucre" which means a soft drink. We took her up on the offer and enjoyed ice cold Fanta orange. This has become a favorite of mine in this part of the world as it is quite refreshing. After we had a nice discussion with the family, we had to say goodbye. The man surprised me by giving me one of the antiques as a gift. I was touched by ...

      Around Kinshasa

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 22, 2014

      6 comments, 9 photos

      ... at work on a huge stone with diamond tipped chisels. They are pounding holes in the rock to break off large sections which will then be further broken with a sledgehammer to make foundation rock for homes. They tell us they will be paid 150 dollars for 20 tons of rock, about one truck load. It can take five days for the two of them to break that much stone, then they must wait for a buyer to come with a truck. In the distance we can see larger scale rock breaking, ...

      Otherworldly

      A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 21, 2014

      6 photos

      ... former ambassador's house at times as well. He was appreciative of a letter of recommendation that he received from the wife of the former ambassador when they left their post in Kinshasa. It helped him get his next jobs. He now has two daughters who are in university. One is studying law. The other is studying finance. We talked about the cost of education these days both in Kinshasa and in the USA. He was very surprised to hear that some people take huge student loans to pay ...

      A Longest Day

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 20, 2014

      4 comments, 11 photos

      ... passed emigration where I was not questioned about my visa. This was slightly anticlimactic since I was primed with all my arguments, documents, and calculations of 72 hours. In the event the agent just grunted and stamped my passport.

      Then came security. When I asked the agent what I needed to separate for the scanner, he said: "laptop." I took my laptop out, put the bags through the scanner and walked through the metal detector, none of which had alarms go off. ...