La Venise Malienne

Address: Kalaban Coura Rue 339, Bamako, Mali | B&B
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This B&B, located on Kalaban Coura Rue 339, Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews La Venise Malienne Bamako

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Bamako

          Jim's visit to the men's prison

          A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Oct 13, 2015


          ... which she bought herself.
          Carina works with a Bamako Pastor who visits the prison every Tuesday. The Pastor and doctor periodically ...

          A visit to prison, Tabaski, and Ind. Day

          A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Sep 23, 2015


          ... set up. The next hour was spent in a room designated as a classroom (women are allowed to keep their children four years and younger with them during their incarceration). Carina opened with song, guitar in hand, with joy-filled songs in the native language spoken in Bamako. Her angelic voice and the nature of the music drew in a number of women and children. Among the women that participated in the singing and stayed for the subsequent Bible lesson ...

          Local cuisine and industries

          A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Aug 08, 2015

          3 comments, 5 photos

          ... to give it the sheen you see in the photo. Wearing Bogolan and Bazin are cultural symbols in Mali and both are major industries here (in addition to growing the cotton). Most Malians wear either Bazin or Bogolan. Unfortunately, because of the nature of the dyes used in Bazin, there are implications to both the health of the people dyeing, as well as to the environment.

          One of our students in English Cafe is a student at the university who recently collaborated on ...

          Expanding our horizons - 2 weeks in...

          A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Jul 08, 2015

          11 comments, 17 photos

          ... takes time and diligent listening skills and we know that we must not expect too much too quickly. Most locals have been very accommodating and helpful. Personal note to our French tutor, Sarah – you were right… everyone is patient and appreciates our efforts to speak with them in their language… at least in French… and being immersed in the culture certainly does accelerate the learning process.

          Not ...

          A night out

          A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Dec 18, 2014

          1 comment, 68 photos

          ... br>
          There was no cook/fire group assigned for today, so I just chopped wood, set the fire and got stuff for breakfast (well it seemed sensible, I was first up and had nothing to do)

          Joe asked what I was doing, I said "daft question mate, it’s pretty bloody obvious and no one else is going to do it and I want a coffee", well it ended up with just cereal for breakfast, I made my coffee and left it for everyone to sort themselves out ...