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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    Travel Blogs from Bamako

    We have arrived!

    A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Jun 28, 2015

    13 comments, 12 photos

    ... first half of the trimester for us in advance of our arrival. We had the opportunity to sit in on last Thursday’s English Level 5 class and meet our students, as well as gain an understanding of exactly what Level 5 means.

    On Wednesdays, we will lead Business English, a course that we will be developing specifically for the GGM Center; it will include such topics as Marketing, Sales, Presentation Skills, Business Relationships, ...

    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 ...

    Bamako buddies

    A travel blog entry by robspackman on Jan 19, 2012

    10 photos

    ... is to go to the coffee stand one street over, where Serou serves the best ground coffee in Bamako. In the afternoons we often go to the cyber café across the road where Issa runs a tight ship for only 40p an hour.

    On about day four we had evidently reached a certain level of intimacy with these chaps, because they started to feed us. We ate a big lunch on Tuesday, rice with fish, sweet potato, onion and a tomato sauce. We patted our ...

    DOGON COUNTRY May 2009

    A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Aug 19, 2011

    ... barren escarpment running South of Mopti almost across to Gao, and the interesting thing for travellers is the scenery, yes
    I, but primarily the inhabitants who are supposedly untouched by modern civilisation, and still live trogolodyte style in strange shaped mud huts ...

    Coming Home

    A travel blog entry by nick.iprogram on Jul 24, 2011

    13 photos

    ... in Mali comes with a degree of physical discomfort (sweat, dirt, hunger, difficulties) that we westerners do not tolerate so well. But like most foreigners who spend time here say-Bamako has an intangible magic that is a “joie de vivre”. So how'd it win my love? its the old proverb that says “that one’s sense of well being is inversely related to possession of material good” -and “what gives sustenance to the human spirit ...