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Travel Blogs from Abidjan
... yes and he phoned the people and
was told that they did have the windscreen we wanted.
Once they people had done the work on
the freezer and were waiting for it too get cold we drove with the
store man to the place where they were supposed to have the
windscreen. On arrival we found it was basically a vehicle second
hand parts market and that we would have no chance. The young store
man met the man he had phoned and ...
... to find the right road we walked past a police station and asked one of the policeman if he could tell us the way. Being a complete gent he decided to walk us to it even though it was a few roads away. It was great getting a police escort, we would never have found the place otherwise. L'Allocodrome was an enclosed area with lots of BBQ's with each vendor selling fish and chicken and chips or rice. There was ...
... Save Me Songs, to blurt out 'Warri no dey carry last’. See how we *****ians make it easy to find ourselves.
With a full day of activities spent at the Cape Coast (Elmina Slave Castle and Kakum National Park) we naively assumed that we could take a night bus to Abidjan on the same day. So, we super troopers embarked on this unknown journey to Abidjan. We were worn out from the day accompanied by the unpleasant cramped bus from Takoradi to Elubo ...
... and two screaming angry people in the darkness. It was a bit surreal and I wasn’t sure if I had been dreaming and now had woken up in an episode of Melrose Place or some other TV drama/soap opera. Things calmed down a lot after Michael’s late-night departure, however, and daily forest life continued. The 28th of April was a massively important day for the Taļ Pygmy Hippo Project, as Freddy, manager of the Taļ Monkey Project (TMP) at the ...
... on his desk with a broken leg; I volunteered my veterinary skills, took the hippo back to the clinic (aka my room) and performed surgery to fix the broken leg (aka used some superglue). Later I also fixed a bird with a broken wing belonging to Inza in a similar manner. Nothing like putting my training to good use on the ground! Apparently wooden animals fracture their limbs easily in the humidity (or maybe they are just clumsy).
After our ...