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Port Harcourt is a gulf city in the state of Rivers in Southeast Nigeria and is quickly becoming the capital for the blooming oil industry in the country. Most speak English, but Igbo is the dominant language.
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Points of Interest
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Points of Interest in Port Harcourt
Borikiri Market. Port Harcourt Zoo. Izumini River - An hours drive outside of the city
About Port Harcourt
Rice, egusi soup with eba or fufu, pounded yam, papper soup, ogbono soup.
Suya - A kind of spicy meat kebab. Available at the side of any road cooked over charcoal. Wash it down with a Coke, called locally a mineral, or a bottle of the local Guiness or Maltina.
There is great night life here.
Try Cheers Bar in GRA every Sunday! Place is absolutely packed with guys and girls being treated to awesome music by Nick and Smart. Food is great, service is friendly and the beers are cold!
Also on weekends Wine Bar, Bunga Villa (as the locals call it) and Aristo House are great!
Fabrics. Traditional carvings and paintings. Hand tooled leather boxes and trunks of all shapes and sizes.
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