Villa madiba hotel

Address: Pointe Noire, Congo | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Pointe Noire

        Last days

        A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on May 25, 2014

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        ... with these amazing group of people and after only one week after them leaving I miss them terribly. Everything feels so final when you start thinking in terms of 'lasts'. My last shift on the wards. My last time spent with the day crew. My last fire drill. My last dinner out with friends. My last trip to the markets. It means that everything is coming to an end. It all sounds so dramatic and depressing, but that is the way it is. It is a ...

        Balloon Soccer

        A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on Feb 20, 2014

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        ... and translator, continue in a very animated and enthusiastic game of soccer. I watch as Merveil sets the balloon purposely on the ground, takes several steps backwards and begin to inhale large breaths of air which he blows out through his pursed lips much like a breathless athlete when they are trying to bring their breathing under control. He squares his shoulders, lines himself up, takes a few strides towards the balloon ...

        A "normal" day in Pointe Noire

        A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on Jan 10, 2014

        15 photos

        ... not only the activity but also the concept of snow. The highlight of the Winter Olympics for me was watching the ice dancing with a few of the young girls I was caring for when we all got up and began to imitate the moves they saw on tv. We danced together on the ward until it was time for bed. Smiles on everyone's faces. The presidential visit. Having the president of the country come to your home for a visit is a very big deal. So when we found out that the ...

        All aboard

        A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on Dec 09, 2013

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        So begins my journey aboard Mercy Ships. It's hard to start writing about this place. There is so much to absorb, so much to take in. For anyone who is unsure of what I am doing in the small coastal part of the republic of Congo let me give you an overview. I am currently volunteering for a medical organisation called Mercy Ships (MS) which provides medical care to theses who would otherwise not have access to medical services and health care. Yes, it is a ship and it ...


        A travel blog entry by kenziertw on Mar 07, 2013

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        ... hit tarmac for the first time since the border. The screen on my Samsung camera failed - probably damp! At mid-day the sun was directly overhead - we were standing on our own shadows. We reached Pointe Noire, where we were supposed to camp at the Yacht Club, but the area Oasis have used in the past has been knocked down! Cade went hunting for accommodation with Marianne. By 4.30pm a breeze had got up, and the temperature dropped to 39C (about 101F). We ...