Hotel du Phare

Kribi, BP 319 , Cameroon | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Kribi

    Bata- Equatorial Guinea's largest continental city

    A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jun 25, 2014

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    ... the ocean that stretches on for miles. We stayed in a real hotel that overlooked the ocean and had hot water. 1st hot shower in Equatorial Guinea! Bata hosted the FIFA African cup soccer tournament two years ago, and in honor of this celebration the city constructed a monument of liberty on the boardwalk. This monument comes complete with color changing light features and it's very own spinning restaurant, which we treated ourselves to the first evening to make up for three ...

    Journey to the mainland- Monte Alen National Park

    A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jun 23, 2014

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    ... an adult we can talk to?" I ask the oldest boy. "She (the lady selling fruit) doesn't know anything, but wait until the boss comes back from the fields, he knows a lot" We walk to the front of the fruit vendor's house and wave to her. The three boys introduce themselves. The ringleader is named "Joven" which means young boy or man, "what will they call you when you get older?" I ask him. "I don't know, something else" he shrugs. The two younger boys are Joseph & Jeffrey. ...

    Rain & shine in Kribi

    A travel blog entry by jskammann on May 17, 2013

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    ... fantastic as the water is cooler and is not salty, even though you are in the ocean! The three of us got back to the hotel on the back of a motorbike (totalling 4 people). J Of course the driver has to show off that he has three white people with him and is honking the whole way back.

    Kribi really does have access to fantastic seafood. We had lots of shrimp, fish and prawns, along with fried plantains and rice. ...


    A travel blog entry by kenziertw on Feb 24, 2013

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    ... but to rejoin us at Cape Town) and Gillie (going home early - a surprise, as she extended from Accra to Cape Town) at Douala. We are now out of English speaking Cameroon and into French speaking. We continued to Kribi. I've noticed that has become 2nd nature to either put the top back on the beer bottles, or cover the opening with my thumb, to stop flies getting in. After dinner we all got soaked in ...

    Limbe to Kribi

    A travel blog entry by beattie99 on Nov 03, 2012

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    On the way into limbe we were stopped by police who wanted to see our insurance...little problem, we didn't have any! Luckily ******** baffles batons and after showing carnets and v5's we were allowed to go! First job on the agenda...get insurance for Central African States. Hmm £60 later I'm fully insured for a year! What a process too, re enforcing the status of a stamp holder in Africa! Later we ...