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... As we approached the border with *****ia we noticed increasing numbers of fuel smugglers - it is much cheaper in *****ia than Benin. We bushcamped at the *****ian immigration post.
5th February We were warned to expect many police checkpoints along the next stretch of road (we were stopped at 18, and managed to get waved through a few more!). One in five Africans is a *****ian - it has a population of about 150 million (and ...
... cannot explain why I felt compelled to try and reason with Mr Roberts. This is a treacherous tight rope to walk. I expected nothing but I felt compelled to do the right thing. 150,000 Naira was reduced to 45,000. I think this was a result given our very weak bargaining position. We parted amicably and I was left with a "concerned " feeling.
We headed north north-east. It was great to see lots of dense rainforest along the ...
... beer. Music played and people danced about the fringes until the power cut and the generators fired. Over an array of charcoal fires in multiple stalls different unknown *****ia stews, vegetables and fish perfumed the air with a dizzying and tantalisingly assortment of smells.
Queue entrance for BB. Food Coach Extraordinaire. Before we had even noticed her absence she had toured each vendor assessed the situation and ordered mountains of food. Real ...
... waiting to be checked into their rooms or those having a drink at any of the bars, have the opportunity of watching good programming from three large screens placed strategically.
Within the ground is the restaurant that can sit about sixty-four people for mouth watering local and continental dishes. Close to the restaurant is the banquet hall.
The banquet hall can take more than ...
... betrayed his unease.
Our first road journey in *****ia is one I will not forget. Riding upfront in a tro-tro for the first time, I found myself next to a driver who frankly needs to reduce his caffeine intake. The short journey of perhaps 100 miles from the border to Abeakuta (incidentally the birthplace of the Afrobeat and all-round *****ian legend, Fela Kuti - I never saw him before he died but I did see his son Femi once) was covered in a ...
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