Hotel Le Raphia, Lomie, Cameroon
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Hotel Le Raphia, Lomie, Cameroon

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Accommodations in Lombie, Cameroon. Perhaps the only place in the town that has flush (via bucket) toilets and on occasion, a shower. The propitiators are helpful. Dinners on request.

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