Radisson Blu Mammy Yoko Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... are 23 rooms each one different from the next. I landed sweet number 14 with my own bathroom and shower!
There's a huge generator that runs 24/7 so I can keep a fan blowing on me all night long. It's getting into the hot season so it's not South Sudan hot but it's getting there. I was a bit surprised about the lax security. I guess bio security is a little more in our control than say, civil war security. We ...
... second...In lieu of sentiment at point of departure, you see, they opt for tangible...a black plastic bag containing one or two 'for the road'... On the subject of goodbyes, this will be my final post from Sierra Leone...unless, of course, something arouses my literary instincts in the next few days! On Tuesday, nearly six months after setting foot on African soil for the first time, I will begin the long, convoluted journey home...a journey that will take ...
... once I was completely satisfied that every last particle of grime had been scrubbed from my skin...some 30 minutes had passed! With the cleansing process almost complete, all that was left to do was to climb into bed, a bed with a proper mattress and clean sheets no less, switch on my iPad, and reconnect with the outside world! Not all the creature comforts of which we have become accustomed, however, were such a relief...access to the internet being one of them. While it was great ...
... back to Kenema, where one of the more unusual incidents of the trip occurred. We pulled into one of the local gas stations to refuel, when a man knocked on the front window and said 'are you Tony'? When Tony replied in the affirmative, the man gestured over to the corner of the forecourt where, low and behold, PC Farma was sitting, downing a rather large glass of whiskey and the Sierra Leonean equivalent of red bull!! On the subject of unusual drinking spots, the next ...
... br> From the beach we headed to the capital of Freetown, catching the local motorcycle taxis into town to meander the busy streets, along the way visiting the Cotton Tree and Artesian Markets, we met locals who invited us to sit with them in cafes overlooking the slums and harbour to tell us about their experiences of the war, we found Roy's bar / shisha den by the beach, where we came to spend hours sampling their mint and lemon's ...