Hotel Restaurant Le Quai

Quartier France , Grand Bassam, Cote D'Ivoire | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Grand Bassam

Country Roads, Take me Home

A travel blog entry by gflacke


... I unknowingly set on the dashboard, legitimately expecting it to still be there 10 seconds later; alas, the interior of the car had swallowed it, never to be seen again. The plastic casing which usually covers the right front indicator and headlight had to be removed because it was loose and we were in grave danger of losing it on the roadside and then running it over along the way. Our brake cylinder had no pressure (maybe faulty O-rings?) and halfway through ...

Living the Dream

A travel blog entry by gflacke


... Eventually the secretary was able to get through to him and formulated an official quote, which came to a grand sum of 1,890,615 CFA. That’s almost US$ 4000 for two oxygen tanks!!! I nearly had a heart attack. Needless to say, we did not purchase any and went our merry way while still in shock. I quickly made another plan and called Dr Tim Bouts, a veterinarian in Qatar who is an expert in pygmy hippo anesthesia (and who was coming to Côte d’Ivoire 3 ...

A Different Part of Africa

A travel blog entry by gflacke


... to Africa is never complete without goats, I suppose. In the kitchen I was greeted by a lovely breakfast of French baguettes, butter and jam, all of which was covered in ants. I had nothing else to eat so I wiped the ants off the food and hungrily devoured the meal, at which point another researcher (the one who subsequently informed me of the green button for the air conditioner) arrived and I tried to speak to him in Spanish. My brain is apparently ...

Grand Bassam

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... they can’t afford to do tourism) and it is a part of their history that they learned in school. They were excited to be invited to come.

The driver said his name was Sam and I ask him if it was Uncle Sam and he laughed and said it was really short for a long name which he pronounced, but I renounced. I just called him Uncle Sam which he seemed to find amusing.

We put some gas in the car and drove about 25 miles through Abidjan ...

A most unusual Xmas

A travel blog entry by timshazz


We made good time over excellent roads to the historical capital Abijan. Chaotic drivers and a traffic jam didn't leave the best first impression. Drew parked up the truck while the cook group searched for a supermarket, people changed up money and the rest of us sat outside and admired the Castel brewery.

We then headed out to Grand Bassam, the local Beach resort to find a place to pull up for Xmas. It was to be easier said than done. As we travelled down ...


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