Pullman Abidjan

Address: 1 Avenue Delafosse Prolongee, Abidjan, 01, Cote D'Ivoire | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1 Avenue Delafosse Prolongee, 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

      ... hear the rain through the soundproofed windows and over the air-conditioner fan. When we got up about 6:30 to be ready for an 8:00 departure, I told Marjolaine we still needed to be ready at 8:00 just in case, but that the rain would almost certainly slow things down by a least an hour.

      Paul arrived a little after 9:00 with a Peugeot and driver. His brother Michel was waiting in the car. We joined them and started out toward La ...

      Into Africa

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 02, 2014

      4 comments, 1 photo

      ... of society. He told the story of a manager with a very good paying job, who lost his job when it was found that he was scamming employees for a few dollars per premium in their paychecks. The risk/reward ratio was ridiculous. When asked why he had risked his high-paying job for the equivalent of a few dollars, he found no answer. The corruption is so endemic, so omnipresent, that people don’t even think about it; it’s just the thing ...

      Palm Oil Paradise

      A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 26, 2014

      5 photos

      ... easier employ. Arriving at La Me, a village developed long ago by the CNRA, an agricultural research ministry of Côte d'Ivoire, we saw rows and rows of beautiful 30 ft. tall palm trees. We went down a dirt road that led to the village. In the village itself we saw an old palm oil plant that is now shut down. The offices and grounds are now used by the CNRA for research. We saw hundreds of seedlings in 3 gallon plastic pots sitting out in an open area in front ...

      A day of rest in La Mé

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 26, 2014

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... fish as well. He and I were served a cold orange Fanta. Paul’s daughter had gone to buy them and she tried to keep the little change that was left rather than give it back to her father, as a young person might easily do (or even an older person). They teased her about it and she was a little embarrassed. I asked how much the Fanta cost and gave her some money to buy one for everyone. When I gave her the bill I teased her "please ...

      Stilt Dancing, Christmas & Evangelical Craziness

      A travel blog entry by antandrel on Dec 21, 2013

      ... for a bit and we ended up following the women of the village who sang and clapped and sent the stilt dancer on its way to the outskirts of the village. The party for the villages wouldn't finish there, they ended up celebrating until dawn break, as we were tucked up in our tents we listened to the drum beat and singing that lasted through the night.


      From the stilt dance village, we had a couple of long drive days to get us to Korhogo for ...