Reiz Continental Hotel

Address: Plot 779, Cadastral Zone AO, Abuja, Nigeria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Plot 779, Cadastral Zone AO, Abuja.
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      In the garage

      A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Mar 22, 2014

      2 photos

      ... 40
      kms but there was not enough clearance from the brake to the drum and
      so it was rubbing all the time. Mike phoned the garage to fix it. On
      their arrival we found that set of pads damaged again so it is back
      to the garage for new linings.

      28 March

      Still waiting to have things put right,
      they say they need a different size of pad and are trying to buy
      them. Mike is not happy spending another night in the ...

      The Diplomatic Scene of Airconditioned Abuja

      A travel blog entry by robspackman on Apr 22, 2012

      3 photos

      ... of expats from diplomatic and NGO in Abuja circles. Over wine and pasta we discussed their impressions of *****ia and their roles in the country. Mostly, sadly, they were not fond impressions. No one, it seems, chooses *****ia.

      He described to us the difficultly in making *****ian friends in Abuja where the local love of hierarchic manners hindered true closeness. Instead, the diplomatic circles offered us a ...

      Visa hunting and cinema...

      A travel blog entry by frusc101 on Feb 02, 2011

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... even by western standards, and so we had a good evening catching up before heading off for dinner. After which myself and a few others headed out to a nearby local (i.e. cheap beer) bar and then as we headed back bumped in to our fellow travelers in the hotel bar, and there we stayed for the rest (which turned out to be surprisingly long) of the night.

      One of the things which immediately stuck me was the number of young single local women frequenting the bar - more and ...

      "The Buckingham Palace of Nigeria"

      A travel blog entry by selali on Apr 28, 2010


      ... and how to overcome them with Matt the Program Development Manager. He had been to *****ia on his exchange and had lots of great, practical advice. Plus he was Welsh so his accent was cool. We also gave our presentations and if I do say so myself, my PowerPuff Girls themed talked went down a treat. A fair bit of chat about sugarcane and heterosexual handholding later though, the bus to Heathrow called.

      Fastforward to just before takeoff: Rashpal, a five year old in a ...

      We're in Africa!!!

      A travel blog entry by africanreflect on Feb 04, 2010

      6 photos

      ... could see why driving at night is not wise and something they prefer to avoid, as there we so many people all along the road and then the traffic… wow, is it crazy!! And then having any light to help you see the people along the sides is unlikely and unpredictable (depending on whether the electricity is on or not and whether the road even has street lights). They introduced us to what the "rules of the road" are in ...