Undoubtedly, during the months between November and February is the best time to visit Douala in Cameroon. Where to stay in Douala? Douala offers lots of accommodation options ranging from budget options to star rated world class hotels with superior amenities.
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RE: Pros and Cons of Living in Belgrade, Belgium
I'm living in Belgrade for last 15ish years and as every large city, there are some pros and cons. I've learned from experience that if you're dissapointed with something in a particular city - it just means that you haven't searched enough, or you were misguided. Most of european cities are sharing a lot of similarities, so I'll try to focus only on differences. 1. Night life - in Belgrade, it's unbeatable by far. There is so much variety on that topic, and it just depends on you what are you searching for. It's true that sometimes it's not easy to find information over the internet on public sites, it's better to know local people to guide you through. There are even locals who cannot recommend you something good for night life because they are not in that mood anymore, they don't know what's popular nowadays. That's quite common, at least with mid-aged people. 2. Food - You can really find any type of food you want, from all around the world. If you're foody, you're on the right place - no matter if you want domestic food, or something international. 3. Moderately cheap - This is sort of true, although prices are going up last few years, so it's not that cheap anymore. The rest of Serbia is a lot cheaper than capital of course. 4. Hospitality - This is usually on very high-level here, but you cannot judge on it based on bars/restaurants in city center which are full of tourists. I'm having feeling all across the globe that you're not served properly in any country if you're sitting in very touristic place, especially if waiters are overloaded, and they cannot pretend that they have enough energy for everyone. But still, such experiences are rare minorities, everyone care about reviews. 5. From safety standpoint, I'll tell you one fact - how many capital cities in the world you know where it's safe to go freely over the night in every area of the city? I'm not sure I know for some, every city has some regions where it's not clever to go by walk over the night. Well, guess what, we don't have such places. You can go wherever you want over the night, and you'll feel safe. Of course that something randomly might happen, but it's very very rare. 6. Medical - Medical tourism is pretty popular here, but specifically for two things: dentists and plastic surgery. That's something you can do here with very affordable prices. Other than that, I don't see a reason why someone would come here for any other medical service. What I don't like in Belgrade is: 1. Transportation - Our public transport is bad, lack of metro. Even taxis are very booked, and sometimes it's not easy to find one, although there are a lot of those in the city. Traffic in the city might be a bit tough for someone who is coming from Germany/Switzerland, but trust me - you haven't been in Palermo / Sicily. Belgrade is something in between of those two. 2. Pollution - It's true that situation is not great, specifically during winter time. I wouldn't recommend coming here during winter time if you're asthmatic. 3. Globalization - In last few decades, it's evident that city is transforming to something "acceptable" from the "western" standpoint, meaning it's having all those popular places and franchizes which you can find all over the global. All the capital cities in Europe are starting to be like all the others. Cities are losing its character. I'm not a fan of modern skyscrapers neither. Bottom line - try to find a local people for recommendations if you want to get the most juice of visiting Belgrade.
What is the best time to travel to Ruhengeri ?
When is the best time to go to Ruhengeri? Heres some information to help you in your decision: The best month for good weather in Ruhengeri is July On average, the warmest months are January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September and October The coldest months are May, June, July, August, November and December
RE: Pros and Cons of Living in Kathmandu Nepal
Kathmandu has frequent power outages as of December 2019 even though everyone says otherwise as does Pokhara. The old outages are referring to the load shedding issue which were routine power outages for the majority of the day. Now power outages are not routine and can last unknown amounts of time, even the main (and only) airport loses power often. Buildings are unheated, water for showering is generally unheated or lukewarm, many houses get their water from urban aquifers which may be heavily polluted, as city water is yellow and oily. Many roads in the city are dirt, and air quality is extremely poor, especially during the crop burning season. Locals are friendly and helpful and many outside of tourist areas may have never met a foreigner before. The locals and the mountains make the place special, everything else about it is quite bad, notably hygiene, food safety, traffic danger, and exposure to all sorts of environmental pollutants. That said, I will be returning to visit the local friends made while there.
Internet Service Providers List in Kuwait
Kuwait Internet Service Providers List
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Best Bakeries in Bata
Here are some of the top rated Bakeries in Bata
- Restaurant La Ferme (Calle Mbogo Nsogo Bata, Litoral Province, Equatorial Guinea)
- La Corisquena (Camino de Bome s/n Bata, Litoral Province, Equatorial Guinea)
- Tamtam Bay (Pateo Maritimo Bata, Litoral Province, Equatorial Guinea)
- Cafe Maritimo (Paseo Maritmo Centro Cultural Guineano Bata, Litoral Province, Equatorial Guinea)
- Restaurante Le Boukarou (Carretera del Aeropuerto Bata, Litoral Province, Equatorial Guinea)
- Terraza El Gustazo (Calle Ngolo Bata, Litoral Province, Equatorial Guinea)
- Restaurante-terraza Ramon Nsue (Paseo Maritimo Detras De Dhl, Edificio Ramon Nsue, Bata, Litoral Province, Equatorial Guinea)
- Big Bites (Bata Litoral Province, Equatorial Guinea)
- La Luna (Calle Argelia Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Bidji Binia (Via Indipendienza Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Complejo El Caribe (Carretera Del Aeropuerto Km 5, Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Pizza Place (Avda. Indepencia - Apdo. 319 Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Restaurant L'atelier (Calle Mongomo Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Teatro (Carretera del Aeropuerto Km 7 Bioko Norte Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Consty Bon Appetit (Calle Rey Boncoro 84 Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- ibis Malabo Hotel (Malabo 2 Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- ICEF Malabo Restaurant (Institut Culturel d'Expression Francaise de Malabo Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Restaurante Imagine (Malabo II Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Aviator Pub & Cafe (Av Libertad Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Kalytero (Paseo Maritimo 14 Y 15 Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Magno Suites Exclusive Hotel & Restaurant (Carretera del Aeropuerto sn Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Lucy's Ethiopian Restaurant (Malabo Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Delice De France (Delice De France Building Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
- Da Vinci Restaurant (Kilometro 4 Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea)
What is the best time to travel to Pointe A Pitre ?
In Guadeloupe, the weather is good everywhere in January, February, March, April, May, June and December On average, the warmest months in Pointe-à-Pitre are January, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December