Ibis Lome Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Lome Centre
Old hotel refurbished by Ibis 10 or so years ago. Lovely views of the ocean (ask for a sea view room), well located in town. Rooms are larger than usual for an Ibis and nicely freshened. Staff is pleasant and helpful. Restaurant (outside only) serves decent if quirky food (avoid the salads). Overall good value for money.
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Today we met many people new to us and a few that I had met years before. My back was still stiff in the morning and it was again painful and time consuming to get out of bed, but after a hot shower, it felt noticeably better than the previous day. This was encouraging.
We were expecting Pierre to arrive at 09:00 with a 4x4 for our trip …
This morning when I woke, I realized my back pain was going to be with me for a while. It didn't get better during the night and it was a bit of a grueling process to find a way out of bed. A hot shower and some easy stretching helped, but I’m going to have to take it easy, which I was able to do today.
I spent the morning on office …
This morning we woke in time to get ready for an 8:00 breakfast. The shuttle to the airport was to leave at 8:30 which would work well with our 11:00 flight time. I was still quite sore, but less than yesterday, so each day seems to show progress. Paul arrived at 8:00 so we invited him to have breakfast with us. We took care of our final paperwork …
So, day one in Togo has come to an end. It was a great day overall, except for being tired for most of it. Breakfast was at 8 am (woke up at 7:15). We made it to the peace corps office at about 9:30. There we did things like staff introductions, money disbursement, health session (with a strong focus on Malaria) and a session on security. Later in the afternoon we took our French placement tests. I...think I'd qualify as a ...
... the ever-present dust in the air, the uniformly decayed state of the vehicles on the road, the masses of people packed in them, and others darting here and there on the road that is truly what the French call dépaysant, which is often translated disorienting, but literally means something like “uncountryfying”, as in taking you far away from everything you know.
We arrived at the airport and unloaded our bags to start the N'Djili airport ordeal. ...