Kimbima Hotel

Address: Bintumani Drive, Freetown, Sierra Leone | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bintumani Drive, Freetown, is near Place Menelik, Khor Ambado Beach, Yankari National Park, and Iga Idungaran.
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Travel Blogs from Freetown

Weddings, Wives and Waving Goodbye...

A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Jun 15, 2014

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... never so evident than when juxtaposed with a a race of people who, it seems, were born dancing! Anyway, when it came time for me to leave, I was reminded of two Sierra Leonean traits of which I have become particularly fond! The first, in keeping with my introverted tendencies, is their dislike of elaborate goodbyes! Other than to ensure that you will get home safely, there is little room for sentiment, just a quick handshake and away you go! Which brings me ...

Bye Bye to the Bush!

A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Jun 03, 2014

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... departure, three bottles of palm wine, instead of the customary one, were delivered by my Limba friend Kabba, and we all settled in for one final session on the verandah! As the night wore on, the topic of conversation steered towards my leaving and, in particular, the different modes of transport I would be using! All my new friends were fascinated by air travel...the distances covered, and amenities provided, un-fathomable to a group of people who consider ...

Out of the bush...dirty, smelly, thirsty..but ok!

A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Mar 18, 2014

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... I poured a cupful over my torso...and any benefit from washing was short lived anyway, for within minutes of drying off, a layer of sweat mixed with the combination of dust and smoke that filled the humid air began to form a film of filth on any exposed skin, growing thicker by the minute, and lasting until the drip-fed bucket had replenished sufficiently to repeat the process the following day! So, having quickly set the a/c in my hotel room to cold, I climbed into a hot shower, ...

A week up-country

A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Feb 06, 2014

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... few titular faux pas for him to recoup the costs of his chiefly obligations! There were, however, a few unsavoury incidents in, or on the way to, Kayima, three to be exact, that did have me wondering whether It was a safe place to base myself for a month or so of my stay. First, we ran over a sheep (looked like a goat, but I am assured it was a sheep) on our way there. It was unavoidable, it ran right out in front of us, yet the incident resulted in a heated ...

Sierra Leone you hidden gem

A travel blog entry by antandrel on Dec 13, 2013

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... camps, passing through bustling towns with blood diamond jewellers a plenty - we were somewhat confused by the diamond shops as a lot of them appeared to be anything but diamond jewellers (i.e. a scooter seller), we would find ourselves leaving Sierra Leone on the border waiting to enter Liberia.

There are already too many countries we have visited on this trip we want to return too!! This part of West Africa is just out of this ...