Residence Hoteliere Ivotel
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
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... a email, (I have quite a few built up, just waiting to go on my iPod)
We can’t even go for a swim in the sea, the rip current is really wild and I think if you did go in , you wouldn’t be coming out anytime soon
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23 December Aberjan(campsite)
I have done the bit of washing I had, I hadn’t bothered changing since the sleeping camel, I was on fire and cook group, so there hardly ...
... areas will have a tray of Nescafé packets next to the filter coffee. That’s a rather sad statement, but there it is.
Back in the room, as we were closing our suitcases, I made a wrong movement and strained a muscle or muscles in my lower back. Three of four times in the last 15 years I’ve thrown my back out and three of those times I ended up going to a chiropractor (once in Paris of all places.) On those occasions I felt a little pop in ...
... and music and television. I watched a very interesting Franco-German film called Diplomacy, a fictionalized account of the relationship and conversations between General Dietrich von Cholitz, the German commander of the German occupation forces in Paris, and Raoul Nordling, the Swedish consul-general, in the days just before the Allies liberated Paris. The latter helped persuade the former not to proceed with a Hitler-mandated plan to destroy ...
... most of the way to La Me, in fact. I was glad to see that when we got to a security checkpoint the men didn't bother to stop us for a check. This is a good sign for me since it shows we are not traveling under heightened security. When we came here 6 years ago, we were checked going and coming through this checkpoint. This time we just slowly proceeded over several speed humps. The Peugeot 407 bottomed out over a couple of them. The driver slowed down even more ...
... bounced, and sweated our way to the center of Abidjan where we arrived after 50 minutes of traffic. I checked and found that I still had all my fillings. Paul and Michel were waiting for us in the lobby. They had been waiting for 3 hours since I hadn’t been able to contact them. My calls wouldn’t go through from Lomé and I couldn’t even get a text message to go out. They were happy to see us anyway so we chatted and caught up ...