Bogobiri

There is one spot in this city I fell in love on my first visit. I pretty remember when me and my former flatmate went there after we had late noon meeting with our client. We met our good friend and spent an evening at Bogobiri, a small boutique hotel that offers authentic-onomatopoeic African ambiance. When we reached there, I said to myself, “this space is so ‘me’, calm, cozy, so African, and very loungy (I’m not a night club guy :P)“. After then, Bogobiri has become a perfect space to escape from my hectic world. I could spend Sunday morning there just to get some cups of coffee.

Apart of the boutique itself, Bogobiri offers the Bamboo Bar & Restaurant. The average price for the food is a bit pricey but their goat pepper soup is dangerously-must-try dish. Here, some mirrorless snaps of Bogobiri from last year (whatt? :|,’Ekabo’ on the first picture means ‘welcome’ :)).

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