Labe Guinea



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Description: The West African country of Guinea has a lot to offer the traveler. In the country's interior, beautiful scenery abounds. There are vibrant music and nightlife scenes in the country's ...

The West African country of Guinea has a lot to offer the traveler. In the country's interior, beautiful scenery abounds. There are vibrant music and nightlife scenes in the country's capital, Conakry, and its second-largest city of Labé. Poor infrastructure can make travel within the country tricky for travelers, however. In Labé's restaurants, traditional Guinean foods include kulikuli, a type of peanut ball cooked with cayenne pepper and onion, and various grilled fish dishes.

Labé hotels with their own electricity supply tend to be relatively expensive; others will offset the cost of running a generator by combining hotel operations with restaurants, bars and discos or clubs in the same building. In Labé, Hotel Tata and Hotel Salam have their own restaurants -- HansRossel.com indicates Hotel Salam's restaurant is run by an excellent chef with experience in France, Côte d'Ivoire and Senegal. Hotel Provincial and Hotel Salam are approximately 2 miles outside of Labé city center.

Central Labé is a crossroads, and several independent restaurants are near the central post office and currency exchange. As of time of publication, three independent restaurants were open for business in central Labé -- Rice Bars (no website; off N.27, Labé, Guinea), Le Calebasse (no website; N.27, Labé, Guinea) and Cafeteria Exceptional (no website; off N.27, Labé, Guinea). The central food market is just south of the Money Changers currency exchange.

As of time of publication, electricity and fuel supplies in Guinea are inconsistent. Take hygiene precautions relating to food -- drink only from water bottles that have been sealed, and consider that ice in beverages may be made from contaminated water. Likewise, salads may have been washed in unsanitary water. Credit cards are not widely accepted in Labé or elsewhere in the country, so you will need to pay for your restaurant meal in cash.




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