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Travel Blogs from Ouagadougou
... dust. Of course watching the white people trying to dance was great amusement for the Burkinians!
Our time in Burkina Faso is up already as we head into Ivory Coast tomorrow. I think we have a couple of nights camping at a nice hotel, which is a good job as we then have 5 nights of bush camping in a row!! How I’m going to cope I’m not sure, but I’m guessing baby wipes will become my new best friend.
... heat almost brought us to our knees. We mozied through the wide streets toward the central areas of the city, soon arriving at the Grande Marche, that had finally been rebuilt after being burnt to the ground some 10 years earlier. It's modern exterior and warehouse like interior proved a boring place to be. All around us in central Ouaga were these new, designed buildings. It was very surprising as the country was considered the third poorest in the world. Nothing of what we had ...
... means it takes you another hour, or a bit more, to get to a restaurant which is less than a kilometre away. While going to Internet café earlier in the morning, practically next door to „Jardin de l’amitié“, I had noticed another restaurant, this one called „Le Verdoyant“, and now I suggested to Na Prisca that we check that one out today. Just for the fun of it. And for the sake of change. She didn’t mind either way. However, she wouldn’t hear ...
... repeating or additional explanations. They understood it just fine and for once, if taken out of context, you’d be excused for thinking that they spoke English fluently. Extra money, which in their view I was recklessly splashing out, both dramatically enhanced their fluency and additionally strengthened their cordiality towards me. Already having met with a friendly reception there, I was now clearly their guest of honour.
And then I phoned Na Prisca. I wanted ...
... people in the congregation had tambourines, shakers, wooden xylophones....you name it they had it and they were all having the time of their lives! The familiar festive vibes at last came to me when they sung carols.....we had all your favourites, including a very hip version of Once in Royal Davids City and a toe tapping, hands clapping Ding Dong Merrily on High!
In the evening we found the most happening place in ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking