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Road Trip 2013- Lagos to Abidjan
In this era of blackberry messengers; watsapp; social media and mobile money, traveling smart seems like the most normal thing to do. So why would anyone who has a choice, choose the arduous and possibly dangerous route to travel by road. Is it because of the perceived hundreds of miles of the African …
... with a bit of string
which had the measurements knotted on it. Unfortunately the size was
wrong. Wait they said as they had another one, after 5 minutes or so
when it started to pour with rain, a taxi stopped in front of us and
they got the windscreen out of the back. It was indeed a brand new
windscreen of the size that we wanted. After the store man spoke to
them they came up with a price which was phoned to the ...
... and lots of people eating and drinking. We were the only white people and tucked ourselves into a table after selecting our favourite looking fish. The food was amazing, it only cost us about £5 each.
Feeling tired and full we decided to head back to camp. Aleefia had mentioned that the previous day she had stumbled across the most amazing ice cream / patisserie shop and we decided to stop there ...
... came over and handed us a set of keys to one of their cars. Apparently our supervisor in Australia and the research director for the project (Monique from IBREAM) had finally managed to transfer funds to the TMP director in Switzerland and the car was officially ours! Wei and I jumped up and down with joy and walked over to the TMP to pick up our new treasure. We knew that she was a second-hand car, but she is a 4x4 and the highest-clearance model of Toyota ...
... along the lines of “well lots of people in the world love hippos, but they don’t all have the opportunity to do what you are doing.” It was at that moment that I fully realized the magnitude of what I was trying to do, and how far I had come already. She was totally right, there are many people who love something in this world but never have the opportunity to follow their dreams. I feel incredibly lucky and blessed to be in this place ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Abidjan
Food and service were amazing. Great for walking too as it is situated in the Business District, so lots of easy sight-seeing.
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