Le Meridien Ibom Hotel & Golf Resort
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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10th February An early start. No breakfast as we had a long drive day. Ben & Todd spent an extra day at the Sheraton as Todd has an eye infection. They plan to fly down to Calabar to join us on Monday. The road was in a better condition, but here were still (infrequent for *****ia) checkpoints. The truck had a large outbreak of 'the trots', including me. We bushcamped. Before we went to bed we saw fireworks, concluding *****ia had ...
... We finally hit the end of the track and what did we find....a small walk bridge across to the outskirts of Calabar. A real lot of use that was!!!! GPS lady had certainly taken us the most direct route but it certainly wasn’t one a 17 tonne truck could complete.
The turning circle was incredibly tight and as Drew turned her around, trying not to lose her down a slope the locals started to gather. It was about a 10 point turn and with tensions high it ...
... individual. Also, with this journey, the costs are not unreasonable. Our local payment pays for most of our food, nearly all our transport and accommodation.
Alone, one would have to pay on a daily basis although one would save all the trip costs (in this case £3300 for 22 weeks of travelling).
One serious drawback is that you have no control in who you are travelling with. If they are good people ...
... Yes the supermarket. All those lovely brands; Kelloggs, Ribena, Right Guard, Gillette. It is interesting that I only bought a can of Sprite. Looks like Africa has rubbed off on me. I was eager to explore the city centre so off I walked. A guy (Daniel) in the store kindly gave me a lift half way there and then I took a bus (50 Naira) the rest of the way. That is more like it. I passed the stadium and ...
Dear loved of London and environs...
Currently in Abuja airport, having spent my film fees on fights to Calabar. We will have two weeks in Cameroon and goodness how these 8 months have flown...
We will be back in our beloved London in the early evening of Friday 18th May somewhat exhausted, sweaty and very dirty I imagine.
As a way to see as many folk as possible we have devised a cunning plan for the Saturday which is ...