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Nadiagoli: Maridi's best and serene guesthouse
I recommend this facility to anybody who travels to Maridi because it is clean, quiet and friendly. It is located in a quiet area with one of the best views of the hills and forests. Many birds to see and varieties of fruit trees to eat from.
Great view and serene environment for those who love nature. Lots of fruit trees in the football size property that the guest house occupies.
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ECS Guest House: Few Options
We stayed at the Episciple Church's guest house in Maridi. It's a very well-kept compound, entirely fenced in, neighboring a couple other mission-based facilities. The building has cement floors, brick walls, and four guest rooms. There are two doors, one to the front, one to the back. In front is a nice covered porch. The guest house also has an interior room where you can "shower" (that is, bucket bath). The employees bring warm water daily for bathing.
Entering the guest house from the front door you walk immediately into the living/dining room. The staff prepares all meals and brings them to the tables in the front room.
Two bedrooms are to the left and two to the right. Mosquito netting is provided for the beds.
There is electricity available by solar panel on occasion, but only when the Bishop's home is lighted. We only had lights on one night out of the seven we stayed there.
We were welcomed by a very friendly staff, who kept the area neat and clean, and offered their best the entire time. They even washed our clothes for us!
Considering the hardship these people have endured for over 20 years, it is amazing they have the inner capacity to serve others. The staff at the ECS Guest house are polite and professional.
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