Residence Hoteliere Ivotel
Travel Blogs from Abidjan
... nach die Hauptstadt, aber alle Botschaften befinden sich in Abidjan. Das einzig bemerkenswerte ist die Basilika de Notre Dame de la Paix, die eine Kopie des Petersdom in Rom sein soll. Sie steht auf freiem Feld, außerhalb der Stadt, und man hat den Eindruck, sie wäre vom Himmel gefallen, weil sie einfach nicht hierhin passt. Natürlich kann sie im Inneren den Vergleich zum Petersdom nicht bestehen, aber die Fenster sind wunderschön, haben aber absolut keinen Bezug zu ...
... d’Ivoire started seven or eight years ago. We arrived at our church hall a little before 11:00. While we waited to gather those who would meet with us, I distributed some photos taken during a previous visit. Photos are much appreciated gifts, since most people here don’t have any photos of themselves or their family members. Photos are not expensive by Western standards, but when one doesn’t always eat his fill every day, finding ...
... is the garage? I asked
Why is the car in the garage?
It’s not far.
I know, but did it break down?
Then why is it in the garage?
He’s just waiting in the garage.
Why is he waiting in the garage, is there some trouble?
No, it’s not far, he’s coming here.
How can he be coming here if the car is in the garage?
Finally they explained to me that “the ...
... which they would hand out to audiences on the dance floor. Their politicans leading by example perhaps. Here you can chill in a very different, more laid back and African Abidjan with massive litres of 'Drogba' beer and fantastic grilled chicken.
In our more earthy, working class district of Treichville people wash rice sacks in the lagoon to be sold in the market, small boys clean red taxis with lagoon water, men with charcoal fires in old oil ...
... br> For lunch I walked ten minutes into town and had a pizza at Pizzeria Bruno. The city center on plateau, the most developed part of the country is sadly run down. There are some modern glass and steel buildings that are in good repair, but there are also vacant, vandalized storefronts, and decrepit buildings that would be impressive if well maintained. Sidewalks are mangled; missing sections lie next to piles of paving stones and refuse.