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I arrived and felt immediately unsafe. Ragged city unkept untidy free flowing rubbish everywhere. Dirty beaches extreme poverty aggressive taxi drivers. Not a place to call home. Sad place in Africa. Can't wait to leave.
We went to the beach while we were traveling for business in Freetown. the beach is great virgin nature, sea food very delicious and cheap. watch out from the locals if you look like a tourist you can be harmed.
I loved the nature there and the weather is very nice but to be honest no place to go in the evening, road are terrible and a lot of traffic. I was there because if my business, but if I be a tourist I would...More
Driving through the streets of Freetown, parking is almost impossible. We pulled over to the side and our driver yelled out "mango" to a street seller, asking price and instructing that if the produce was not up to his standard he would give it back....More
Freetown is its people, its buzz and the stories of its past. Stunning beaches in Aberdeen, great eating places and vibrant street scenes and markets the city is coming out of the shadows of the past troubles. It felt like a really safe environment. Don't...More
I came back to this place and was excited to see the changes since I last saw it in 2004.
The ten years gap didn't do much improvement but was glad there's some improvement like the main road is already paved. I saw few solar...More