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Travel Blogs from Grand Bassam
... blowing in the wind. It eventually ended after about 15 minutes of Ali being slapped with local nutter being outnumbered.
Tomorrow sees us travelling North though not sure where to now. We are soon to visit a town with a thousand mosques which sounds a bit of 'mare - 'not another bloody mosque' springs to mind ( as opposed to not another bloody Dogon village Sue ��). A bientot.
... a decent Christmas dinner or Christmas messages getting sent, we are going to be here for at least 4 days/nights before we move on
There is a lot of unhappy people here today, can’t see any improving over the next few days either (or at least while we are stuck here)
I said we can only make the best of what we got, and we will get the internet at some point I hope
So until we do, all I can do is wish everyone a belated ...
... 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 ...
... with a cold drink and ice cream. Nick was started to flag so we put him in a taxi home with all of our shopping bags and the three of us went to collect Becci's skirt from the tailor and then find a restaurant for dinner.
We had decided to try L'Allocodrome which was described by the LP as "individual food vendors compete for your business, there's dancing among the tables, it's huge, chaotic and really good ...
... sometimes albeit later than your calm disposition can bear.
We got into Abidjan at midday and it’s a quaint, charming city with an European and African flair. I saw several corporate women with skirt suits made with African prints that embodied the infusion of both worlds. The food (plus heavenly French desserts) and service at the hotel was great. Also, Ivorians seemed to be huge fans of P-Square (famous *****ian afro-pop artists). From the cabs ...
Other places to stay in Grand Bassam
Rte Azuretti, Grand Bassam | Hotelfrom $24