Tete de l'Art

Address: Quinzambougou, Bamako, Mali | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Quinzambougou, Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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        Travel Blogs from Bamako

        Jim's visit to the men's prison

        A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Oct 13, 2015


        ... requested by the prison doctor who is a Red Cross employee. On this visit she delivered over $150.00 of Rx supplies from ibuprofen ...

        A visit to prison, Tabaski, and Ind. Day

        A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Sep 23, 2015


        ... has developed with inmates.

        The day we (Carina, me, and a Malian Christian woman that volunteers alongside Carina) visited together, there had been a situation that caused many of the women to be locked down. It was the first time in 12 years that Carina witnessed this, so it was new to her as well as to me. We spent the first hour or so just walking among the women, greeting them, hearing about the event of the day, and showing me how the ...

        Local cuisine and industries

        A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Aug 08, 2015

        3 comments, 5 photos

        ... environment. This is a big “cottage” industry in Mali. There are two major fabrics that are dyed here in Mali: Bogolan and Bazin. Bogolan (mud cloth) is a natural process that uses fermented ***** River mud to permanently dye a limited range of colors onto cotton fabric. Bazin is a damask fabric that is dyed with typically artificial colors (although I understand it once utilized natural dyes), starched, dried, and then beaten with extremely heavy shea ...

        Expanding our horizons - 2 weeks in...

        A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Jul 08, 2015

        11 comments, 17 photos

        Our first two full weeks in Bamako provided us with greater opportunities to get to know our students and those serving here in the ministry. We have found that we need to tune our ears in order to understand names and words, regardless of the language. Even English can be difficult to understand when spoken with a foreign tongue. However, we are encouraged by our increased ability to understand more now over where we were one week ago. We ...

        A night out

        A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Dec 18, 2014

        1 comment, 68 photos

        ... br> Everyone got back about 2 am, still very loud, seems nothing had been resolved and it was still going on, but there was some laughter and drinking still going on with some

        As I was up, I lit a small fire, made a coffee and watched them get in their tents, it was the end of our night out, it hadn’t been a complete failure, they all had plenty to drink, I had my coffee and a good meal, so it wasn’t all wasted from my perspective