ibis Malabo

PO Box 201 Malabo 2 Isla de Bioko, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea | 4 star hotel
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Nightlife in Malabo

A travel blog entry by fcroser

... occupied, so I thought it would be best to put it back where I found it. We spent half of our time on the side of the island closest to shore, and then decided to climb onto the island and go for a walk. The problem was, no one had shoes with them, and there were rocks everywhere. We had to scale a small, rocky cliff, and walk a forested trail, all without shoes, but the views of a lagoon on the far side of the island were beautiful, and there were breathtakingly large trees all ...

A Field Trip to Finca Sampaka

A travel blog entry by fcroser

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... and development on the outskirts of Malabo started to eat into the agricultural land in the area, cacao production has decreased substantially. Finca Sampaka is only producing a fraction of the cacao that it produced in its pre-oil heyday.

When we arrived at the university, we sat in the courtyard to wait for our UNGE classmates Martha, Antonia and Lucas, and our professor, Maxi. At 10:30 we all piled into an UNGE bus and headed for Sampaka, which ...

What a Crazy Week It's Been

A travel blog entry by fcroser

... We had Spanish class in the afternoon, so I did as much work as I could this morning.

I took my first break sometime in the late morning to take a shower. We haven't had running water since our water pump went out on Tuesday morning, so I hadn't taken a shower since Monday. Naturally, I didn't get a shower when I first woke up on Tuesday, so I missed my chance. I was next in line when the pump gave out. Plumbers and electricians have been in and ...

Independence in EG

A travel blog entry by kdiangelus

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So it’s Tuesday now and I’ll just give a recap of what’s been happening since the last time I wrote. Saturday was Independence Day in EG so Erica, Faith, some of the leaders, and I were the only ones that woke up for the parade. It was strange leaving the house and seeing no one around. No cars were on the road, no people were hanging out on the street. I kind of wish it was always like that. While walking there we ...

El Día de la Independencía

A travel blog entry by fcroser

... t be there. Nat dryly turned to us and said, “The man with the sunglasses is angry, and he has a gun.” So, we retreated back into the crowd. Later, the parade started back on the road. First, the army and navy marched, heavily armed of course, followed by the heavily-armed police, and then the army medics. Next came a procession of army and police vehicles, progressing in scale from motorcycles to heavily-armored vehicles carrying many heavily-armed soldiers, ...

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