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Equatorial Guinea

Horacio Island behind Sofitel in Sipopo In Equatorial Guinea you need, in addition to your visa, a permit (which looks like this) to take pictures in the country. As soon as I got this, I set off on a trip around the island which took two days. First off we drove to Sipopo, a small...
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I had been unknowingly lucky to arrive in the turtle season between november and february where gigantic leatherback turtles were coming up every night to lay their eggs. I got in touch with Miguel from Enohatours who said he could take me for cheap, so we packed up a tent, sleeping mat and headlamp and...
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Malabo is this weird, fantastic place that reminds me of a mix of Kigali, Ashgabat and Luanda at the same time. Just like the last two countries mentioned, Equatorial Guinea has been one of the hardest visas for me to get, so I was so glad to finally be here. Before arriving I had so...
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Ive possibly found the weirdest place in the World; the National Part of Equatorial Guinea, located in the new capital, Malabo 2. The park is absolutely gigantic, but still super well kept and clean, just like the rest of the capital. Possibly beacsue of the around fifty people working there with watering, gardening, in restaurants...
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What I think are the most pretty African cities, are the ones where colonial buildings are still present, perhaps by some river or in another natural setting or just a city where people seem to have slowed down and enjoy their lives. Douala was none of those things. It was just a massive, busy business...
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