Le Relais de Singani

Address: Boîte Postale 08, Fomboni, Moheli, Comoros | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on BoĆ®te Postale 08, Fomboni, is near Iles de Los, K-Cinq (Km-5 Intersection), Musée de Boganda (Boganda Museum), and Chissioua Ouénéfou.
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      Travel Blogs from Fomboni

      100 Countries...but who's counting?

      A travel blog entry by timshazz on Jun 10, 2013

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      ... the restaurant there had good views, reasonable food, beers and thankfully a reasonable attitude. We amused ourselves by watching the local fishing fleet and some local kids playing with a broken surfboard.

      Believe it or not it was quite difficult to arrange a ride to the airport. Even with a 2 hour warning the hotel didn't appear to be able to find anyone. In the end we grabbed a share taxi to the market and picked up a ride from there. This turned out to ...

      More reasons why I need a rich husband...

      A travel blog entry by martaj on Jun 16, 2007

      1 comment

      ... water, electricity, and the awesome addition of a hotel owner who thinks (and looks like) he is the reincarnation of Bob Marley. Comoros: for about 15 bucks Rose and I get a foam mattress on top of a bed of rocks (no seriously), inside a shack with holes in the roof, no electricity, no water other than in jugs, a lovely hole in the ground toilet out in the open air (locals watching you poo included), and the charming presence of a critter who eats ...

      Boating misery

      A travel blog entry by martaj on Jun 12, 2007

      ... have it on good authority that it is large, fast, and relatively clean. Lessons learned I suppose. While the experience does cause endless amusement for Rose and I and we just look at each other and burst out laughing every now and then, it will never be repeated. If you ever want a really good story ask me about the seagull... In the mean time I will relate an entry from my journal that I think accuratly speaks to what the four days were ...

      Time to leave the Comoros Islands

      A travel blog entry by roseryan on Jun 12, 2007

      ... accomodation, and we had camped on the beach in a different village the night before (incredible) and were in need of fresh water. We found our hotel - a room on the beach in a little building. Just a bed, table, a giant poster of Wesley Snipes from "Blade" covering the wall, no electricity, buckets of water upon request, and an outside stone squat toilet that I'm positive folks up the hill looked into as ...

      MISERY CRUISE 2007

      A travel blog entry by roseryan on Jun 05, 2007

      Transportation lessons I have learned in the last few years: - Don't take the Megabus overnight to Chicago for only a two-day weekend. - Don't forget your sleeping pills on the 12-hour overnight bus from Delhi to Dharamsala. - Don't EVER travel by sea between African islands in the Indian Ocean. Especially between Zanzibar and the Comoros Islands on the Ile des Comoros II. Put Marta, Rose, and 20 Tanzanians and Comorians in a not-so-big or ...