Travel Blogs from Abidjan
... of the wealthy that are often taken for granted in other places. My favorite so far has been manioc (think the consistency of ectoplasm from the Ghost-busters movie in the 1980’s) with chili, pumpkin and eggplant sauce.
On the night between the 27th and 28th of April Wei Yeen threw her (now ex-) boyfriend Michael out her bedroom window (or maybe he jumped), which is right next to mine, so I awoke to a startling sequence ...
... on his desk with a broken leg; I volunteered my veterinary skills, took the hippo back to the clinic (aka my room) and performed surgery to fix the broken leg (aka used some superglue). Later I also fixed a bird with a broken wing belonging to Inza in a similar manner. Nothing like putting my training to good use on the ground! Apparently wooden animals fracture their limbs easily in the humidity (or maybe they are just clumsy).
After our ...
... a boat for sure. Maybe a boat with a pygmy hippo in it?
But let me start at the very beginning, a very good place to start. When you read you begin with ABC, when you travel to West Africa you begin with six pieces of checked luggage at the Perth airport. These pieces of luggage had been carefully and expertly packed to each weigh exactly 22.9kg (the weight limit per piece is 23kg) and each box contained a typed list of contents taped to ...
... of civil war, with major infrastructure reconstruction issues to spend so much on Christmas lights, but no doubt we the passengers were paying for them out of our airport taxes and fees….
As we drove into Abidjan, I saw the streets were also lined with large Christmas tree light displays; the whole way into town, which must be ten or twelve miles. That is a lot of lights. We passengers in the bus were asked to which hotels we were going. Then we were dropped ...
... how much a person needs. I did however needs an avocado, tomato and onion which was the basis of my lunch! And delicious it was too.
The afternoon went by slowly with me lazing around the camp site chatting and relaxing. I went down to the beach to take some photos. The tide was so strong and the waves so loud.
A third of the way into this journey and I am filled with a sense ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking