Residence Hoteliere Ivotel

Address: Plateau Abidjan, Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Plateau Abidjan, Abidjan, is near Musée National N'Djamena (National Museum), Grand Marché (Central Market), Lake Chad, and Tibesti Mountains.
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      A visit with old and new friends

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 05, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... to meet Marjolaine. This is her first trip to Cōte d’Ivoire, and though I’ve been coming here and working with many of these people for 10 years or so, they and my wife had never met. As we sat in the little church hall, Paul rose and formally welcomed us, with a speech recounting our 10 year history. Then they dressed Marjolaine in a robe of honor to welcome her and make her part of the local story. She looks much better in ...

      Into Africa

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 02, 2014

      4 comments, 1 photo

      ... slowed by the rain he had only just arrived himself. We greeted him and I introduced him to my wife, who met him once briefly in 2006 in Accra. We exchanged news and agreed on a start time for tomorrow when we’ll be leaving to head north to the region of Yamoussoukro for a visit to a new group forming. Then we said goodbye to Paul for the night, and he left for his home.

      Marjolaine and I had a late dinner and we won’t stay up late ...

      Palm Oil Paradise

      A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 26, 2014

      5 photos

      ... old plant. Also notable about La Me is that there are colonial period houses built by the French which are now occupied by the villagers. They are now dusty and dirty, but you can tell that they were once gleaming white. It must have been quite a sight to see the village in production mode in years past. I asked Paul how many people live in the area of La Me. He said 3,000 including two other satellite villages. We drove through some small pathways of the ...

      A day of rest in La Mé

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 26, 2014

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... to work through a translator. After the introductory explanations and time for questions, I gave them a list of church literature and Bible passages to read and told them I would come back and talk with them again on Thursday after we get back from our trip up-country. They seemed happy and excited.

      A request was made for some materials to improve the little hall a bit more. There are some holes I the roof that need attention, and ...

      Stilt Dancing, Christmas & Evangelical Craziness

      A travel blog entry by antandrel on Dec 21, 2013

      ... We spent a couple of days in Korhogo, checking out the local club in the hotel ground, dancing to Ivorian music with the locals in front of mirrors - I thought it was a bit weird to begin with but once we got into the swing of things you couldn't get Sascha or I away from them!! Christmas evening was a hoot, Ant, Ina and Sascha took the reins and cooked up a massive feast, we managed to find a table big enough to sit 21 of us and set it with crackers and casks ...