Les Gites De Kribi

Route des Chutes de la Lobe, Kribi, 0000, Cameroon | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route des Chutes de la Lobe, Kribi.
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    Travel Blogs from Kribi

    Bata- Equatorial Guinea's largest continental city

    A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jun 25, 2014

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    ... but many interactions take place in Spanish since that is the common language. In Bata everyone is assumed to be Fang, so conversations around us often started in Fang with Spanish weaving throughout. Spanish is still an effortless language of communication for the people of the mainland. It is the language that everyone goes through school with and it is the language the people here use to read and write, so we have a very comfortable time communicating. Something funny happened ...

    Journey to the mainland- Monte Alen National Park

    A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jun 23, 2014

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    ... Of all the research we attempted to do we came across no mention of this. I knew coming to E.G that travel on the island of Bioko was restricted and we knew all about the permits there, but we had been allowed to travel to Bata without any restrictions so we assumed the mainland, where the president does not live, was less controlled. First of all, Santiago informs us, the hotel has been closed for 2 years (thanks a lot lonely planet website) we're building a guest house, but ...

    Rain & shine in Kribi

    A travel blog entry by jskammann on May 17, 2013

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    ... fun" as French Cameroonians can be very rude, in your face and lazy when it comes to attempting to speak English to non-French people. On many occasions we were approached by Cameroonian men asking our name, our phone number, to sit down with us, if we were available or married. The problem with this was always that they only speak French. I am able to speak French, but after repeatedly trying to make it clear to these ...


    A travel blog entry by kenziertw on Feb 24, 2013

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    ... later went to the same hospital, as she was still ill. She found that the anti-biotic treatment given her in Calabar was only half what was needed (5 days instead or 10), which is why her typhoid flared up again (I didn't even know she had it - on the plus side, her malaria test was negative). We now know a possible source of the typhoid - 'fresh' pineapples! Cade went to collect the evening meal - a ...

    Limbe to Kribi

    A travel blog entry by beattie99 on Nov 03, 2012

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    ... to the fish the market and had more delicious fish...never thought I'd be such a fan! Like a proper holiday / tourist we went to the Great ape sanctuary - for gorillas and chimpanzees that have been rescued. Gorillas were absolutely incredible and with some very sad stories. Now more serried to try see lowland gorillas in the east or in Gabon. Met a lovely couple Erika and Ryan - Erika is originally from SA ...