Hotel la Versaille

Address: Near la MAIRIE DE GOMA, in the centre town, Goma, Congo - The Dem. Repub. | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Near la MAIRIE DE GOMA, in the centre town, Goma, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Goma

    Nyiragongo's lava lake - Virunga National Park

    A travel blog entry by amyanddave on Jul 11, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... volcano's crater, sleep in a wooden hut at the rim and be rewarded with spectacular evening views of the world's largest lava lake, which last erupted in 2002 and made the nearby city of Goma a present-day Pompeii. Armed rangers and guides would escort us to the top. Porters were assembled to take your bag up the mountain for $25, others were selling climbing sticks and charcoal. We heard climbing sticks were very helpful so we didn't refuse the $5 per stick. We opted to have ...

    Hazard pay in Goma

    A travel blog entry by amyanddave on Jul 07, 2015

    6 photos

    ... directed away from the busy and large Petit Barrier (small border) to the relatively quiet Grande Barrier (the big border crossing). Unbeknownst to us there are two border stations just a kilometer apart from each other between Rwanda and DRC near Goma. One was perhaps for locals, which we were told would be very difficult to gain entry, and the other was for diplomats and foreigners as best we can assess. Arriving at the Grande Barrier we were not ...

    HUMANitarian

    A travel blog entry by deniseang on Nov 21, 2014

    Something that has made me incredibly uncomfortable, really since the time I began working on human rights nearly a decade ago, has been the lionization of people doing this work. People think that humanitarian aid workers are good people for some reason. But think about it, that's like assuming that all nurses are healthy or that police are always law-abiding citizens—they are natural conclusions, ...

    The Happy Valley

    A travel blog entry by deniseang on Nov 10, 2014

    ... on the side of the road. The lack of flowers around the country is actually something I’ve felt and noticed. They’re a luxury item, and frankly most of the West could not be bothered. Here though, the crops are flowering, but they are also popping up everywhere, and definitely being cultivated as fences and beautifiers. The roads are wide and relatively smooth for being all dirt—although I will point out that whoever ...

    A Woman Alone: The Real Adventures Begin

    A travel blog entry by deniseang on Oct 07, 2014

    ... minutes out of the nearest town. At some point we were really just riding on cow paths. We hit a bunch of waterfalls that didn’t have bridges and had to carry the moto over. Each time we hit a village, the people would point us in the direction of some far off hill, over and over again, and I was getting worried, at which point I remembered, as you might guess, that my phone isn’t working, and no one speaks English and I was really, ...