Chambres d'hotes - Ouagadougou (Bekasso)
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Travel Blogs from Ouagadougou
... excellent drummer and will go on tour with Patrick. He introduced himself in German and although I've been using most of my foreign languages, I didn't expect to have to speak German here. After some stumbling over my words, I pulled my German together and we had a nice conversation. He invited me to come with him to one of his classes, and the following Friday I found myself in front of a class of students, telling about myself in German and answering their questions. ...
... kind of ceremony, animal blood would be poured on its sides. We were so captivated by the music and stories around us that we did not realize what time it was! Dieneba reminded us that we needed to get some sleep before we needed to be at the airport at nine, so we reluctantly left the music, dance and stories. At nine in the morning, after just a few hours of sleep, we walked back to the airport and boarded our dreaded, twenty-four hour flight to ...
... him the phone. Lucky or just crazy.
So we have spent a few days here. Getting tyres and fixing the truck. And getting people well!!!! Not me though, Im fine;
. Its been OK though as the place we are staying at has a pool and a bar, and good food. Huge buffet on Sunday lunchtime - really good. Could even be accused of pigging out.
Tomorrow its south to Ghana
... 8222;Last time you charged me one night less. I paid only for two nights and stayed three.“
They still stared at me. So I just decided that they did understand me after all. Only, they kind of regarded me the same way as I had that controller in the bus from Ouahigouya. And I struck it home with a clincher:
„So now I’d like to make up for that one night you forgot to charge me, as well.“
Now, this final sentence didn’t ...
... those who did go out one of the nights had a great time. I ended up getting sick for two of the days so I was absolutely miserable when we went to apply for visas for Ghana. Ghana has been the first country which has required ALL of us to come in and apply for visas in person and it ended up being a dreadful headache. Day 1, all of us got taxi's to the embassy, Day 2 we ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking