Imo Concorde Hotel
Travel Blogs from Port Harcourt
... Gillie all left us to take the ferry to Cameroon.
13th February Sitting in the bar, 4 policemen arrived for their lunchtime beer, sitting there with AK47s in their laps! Amanda was diagnosed with 'malaria and a TOUCH of typhoid' - actually just dehydration - we put her on a saline drip & she came around. Marianne & Jonathan decided to take the Friday ferry to Cameroon. The 15 left (plus Benny & Cade) set off & bushcamped. ...
... basically told him we were going to the Police station and drove back towards the village with him still hanging on and motorbikes appearing from all directions. At this point we forgot to slow down for the wires and they came down too, despite Tim’s best efforts to get them over the truck. Luck would have it, the local copper was in town. As soon as the guy on the door realised we were tourists, everything started to get way more reasonable although there were ...
... IA FROM LAGOS ALWAYS BOARD AIR CONDITIONED BUS FOR COMFORT). Along the Benin - Asaba Expressway, we encountered a long ques such an uncommon experience that throw the commuters into confusion as such is a rare or never happened experience. We later got the wave of information that President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan came to Asaba to commissioned newly built onitsha river-port.
When we pass through ...
Woke up bunged up! Not the best night's sleep I have had. Never mind. Today is the two thirds mark (not that I am counting) of our journey to Cape Town. In distance terms, we are not even half way there. This journey has been so interesting the way in which we have covered lots of distance in a short time and then either remaining static or back tracking. All necessary of course.
Off we went to ...
... for some sort of pub space (Having not had a pint of real ale for 8 months it will certainly contain nutty foaming, yeasty niceness.) Please let us know numbers so we can plan how much space we need.
Sarah will be heading to the farm on Sunday morning, me maybe Monday morning. I am going to little Fred's Kings 2nd birthday so hope Bristolians will be there. And seeing as I have been acting in a film as the evil colonial who arranged the destruction of the Kingdom ...
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