Kimbima Hotel

Bintumani Drive, Freetown, Sierra Leone | Hotel
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Hippo hunting and beach bumming in Sierra Leone

A travel blog entry by nickyloo


... 8230;…sweets, money, empty bottles. It gets pretty annoying but I think this time the chief had given them strict instructions.

So tomorrow we have a short drive to Freetown. Ten people jump off the truck another ten newbies jump on. I think we’re all ready for a bit of a change and it’ll be nice to get to know some new people. We have two full days in Freetown which I ...

Christmas on the beach

A travel blog entry by mushbird25


... present in turn, their were some really thoughtful and funny gifts. I was given tons and tons of different sorts of nuts in lots of different individually wrapped presents. I still haven't finished them!

We cleared up and then went for another dip, followed by a walk into the local village to stock up on some ice cold cider. At lunchtime we had to start cooking the Christmas dinner. Nelson was already ...

I'll never forget the smell of the sweat

A travel blog entry by stuzaza

... arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">Clearly this mans machine was close to seizing.
Once out of Freetown i fell in love with the country - golden stunning beaches, tropical jungle spilling onto the sand, mountainous backdrops and super pleased to see you locals. Genuine warmth of spirit, even from the numerous peeps missing arms and hands - courtesy of Charles Taylor and ...

Day 4: Will it ever rain?

A travel blog entry by coverman


... enough he navigated through like a pro. We handed out candy as we drove by to the little kids. We defiantly drew a crowd. We had a couple other caretakers join us and were handing out candy also. Its always fun to see the kids faces light up.

Our first stop was a school. I was really curious how they community would perceived a group of Americans walking through the streets. Most were very kind and would even say “You are welcome here”. All ...

Day 3: Its called "African Time"

A travel blog entry by coverman


... not able to feed him and was very malnutrition, today he is a growing sensitive little boy. Junio would take his candy Festus would cry Junio would pick it up and give it back. In class Festus would slowly trickle water down Junio’s shirt during prayer time. It was so fun to see each interact.

That night I attended the girl’s devotion in Hawa’s room. Each night each room has praise and prayer. They joyfully sing hymns. Prayer consists ...

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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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