Hotel del Niger

Address: Faranah, Conakry, Guinea | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Faranah, Conakry.
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        Travel Blogs from Conakry

        Dirty Cops

        A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Dec 21, 2013

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        ... day as he found a special tool in his kit that Steve needed but didn’t have so were then finally on our way to another long drive day only really broken up by lunch next to a few fascinated locals. We settled the night in a big field for a bush camp, startling some half naked women who were washing in the river, as a big yellow truck rolled by. Through dinner some locals from the nearby village stopped by to give us a gift of Manjoc which is ...

        Pavlova with an african twist

        A travel blog entry by joella.marshall on May 09, 2013

        38 photos

        ... town of Coyah to discover the only form of transport to our rural accommodation was motorbike. I loved it, cruising along, no helmet and wearing jandals (flipflops for the non-Kiwis), enjoying the scenery. Jacki, however was not quite so ecstatic, hanging on for dear life and not understanding how i could let go with one hand to wave at her. She can be proud however that the woman who "doesn't do bikes" took the ride in her stride -both ways!! The only awkward part ...

        Roome Island

        A travel blog entry by joella.marshall on Apr 06, 2013

        21 photos

        ... was interesting to walk about the tiny village and be enthusiastically greeted by a bunch of littlies. As the village had no definable road we picked our way past houses of varied building standards, people cooking over their fires, mango trees and baby goats. On our way back to the boat we were entertained by my attentive 'friend' from the beach and his buddies, who played very fascinating instruments i had never seen before.They even incorporated my name into ...

        Getting settled

        A travel blog entry by joella.marshall on Mar 19, 2013

        8 photos

        ... my former patients, they really seemed to enjoy us being there. On Friday night got to go with a group to present the Jesus film to a local neighbourhood. We set up in the middle of a small street with the screen attached on poles to the landrover and the film projected from behind in the back of truck. Soon we were surrounded by locals, many children, as the words blared very loudly in Susu (one local language). Was ...

        The happenings of my last weeks :)

        A travel blog entry by rachelburton on Nov 06, 2012

        37 photos

        ... being the center of attention the whole day! So not used to that at all as I usually get to share it with my gorgeous twin Kathryn. Was weird but a very fun day!

        Some of the other things I have been experiencing this week was saying goodbye to some good friends I have made here. I am not so fond of goodbyes. It's easier when we are from the same country but for those friends that aren't it's also a great excuse for me to go for more holidays to visit them ;) not ...