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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the plane.
Most of us all sat together at the back of the plane, Micah and I were together on the side aisle so we could look out the window. The plane took off for Brussels and we knocked ourselves out and tried to get cozy to sleep through the night. We woke up to coffee as we started our descent into Brussels and can I just say that from the view, I want to live there!! We had a couple hours of layover so we all bought Belgium waffles and chocolates for breakfast! They ...
... they are married forms part of their dowry, and shows their importance in the community - the more you have, the more important you are...
Unfortunately, there are only 2 fully decorated villages left in this area, and my guide is afraid that
it is a dying part of their culture, as it is difficult to get the young people to want to continue the traditions. Luckily the government is subsidizing this part of their culture and encouraging the youth ...
... French/English dictionary as a gift so that he could continue to learn our language.
Abdul was so pleased with his new book, and new friends, that he invited some of the group back to his village that night to join the village party. Shaun jumped at the chance to party, Burkina Faso style. The party was awesome. Abdul dressed into his best hip hop outfit, to embrace the cool African hip hop music. At the party it was crazy. Imagine African ladies pulling out the ...
... Faso, this was the clincher. I would certainly stay in „Belle Vue“ hotel again.
We made a short shopping excursion to the nearby „Marina“ market where I bought a few basic provisions for my trip back home and then we were ready to go on with our plan for today.
Na Prisca, just as usual, hadn’t had a breakfast, so it was going to be - just as planned – a somewhat early lunch for me and a rather ...
... this place called Gorom-Gorom where every Thursday the folks from all over the area gathered for a celebrated weekly market. Even if judging by the map of Burkina Faso you'd say that the shortest way to reach Gorom-Gorom from Ouahigouya would be to head straight east, conditions on the ground dictated otherwise. There were no roads to speak of between the two towns and that particular trip was only for the most adventurous.
The rest of us had to take the roundabout ...