Chambres d'hotes - Ouagadougou (Bekasso)
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Burkina Faso is a lazy, laid back country, just 'ad enough time to neck a couple beers before heading out west for some more exploring.
Met some cool Swedish chicks and agreed to trek out with 'em for a quick tour of the scenery. Headin' back later for the first stay in our organic backpackers hotel with the rest of the gang!
... took me around Ouagadougou on the back of his motorcycle. It was really great to see the city. We visited the market, drove past countless government buildings and walked around Ouagadougou’s park in which I spotted an alligator. The park just breathes unexploited potential. Also I got a Burkinabe phone number. We pulled up in front of the phone company´s building and a group of salesmen, who flocked to their potential pray as hungry loins, tried ...
... While discussing with the owner about a guide for Dogon, he explained that the French warnings to their citizens about Mali had completely closed down the tourist industry. Previous years around this time, all the hotels would be fully booked and Dogon crawling with tourists. After he suggest schedule, he arranged for a guide to come that evening to discuss the details and finalize the tour with us. After meeting the guide, we soon agreed upon the schedule and the terms and went to ...
... morning, full of positivity… it was misplaced! I should have sensed the driver wasn’t taking the greatest care of his vehicle when we pulled over after 2 minutes and he popped the hood. After a short inspection he happily divulged that he’d forgotten to screw on the water cap for the radiator, so had to use our precious drinking water to stop the engine over heating. Its worth mentioning at this point that Mali ...
... br> We had been shooting up to the north of the country fairly fast in order to male it into Mali with enough time to organize the Festival
So Come the big crimbo day we found ourselves quite randomly in the town of TAMALE, although a population mainly consisting of Mulims
We found enough excitable Christians to celebrate with .
The start of the day hadnt been very Christmassy at all .....another ****** hotel room to wake up ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking