Tete de l'Art

Address: Quinzambougou, Bamako, Mali | Hotel
 
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Location

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

      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

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      The most welcomed I've ever felt.

      A travel blog entry by happy_feet on Jul 07, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... the streets of Kati or take a little bus to get there. Either way, we’re usually covered in sweat. Once we arrive at the school, there’s a bunch of ENSUP students and Ciwara faculty ready to get to work. We’ve talked about the importance of stories, written small stories and presented them. We’ve dyed fabric in tea leaves and bark to get a variety of colored fabric. We’ve created small and large scale art pieces using Malian clay and ...

      Bamako buddies

      A travel blog entry by robspackman on Jan 19, 2012

      10 photos

      ... it’s now February, we’ve finally got our second visa sorted and we’ve been here for 13 days. But if you are going to stick anywhere for 13 days, we would heartily recommend Bamako.

      There isn’t a lot of love for Bamako on the blogs, but we have actually loved our time here. One of the best things about it has been that we’ve actually had the time to get to know people properly. Rob’s favourite pastime of ...

      DOGON COUNTRY May 2009

      A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Aug 19, 2011

      ... time in Timbuktu, and hike in the Dogon country whereas we wanted to pass through more quickly. We had had some good bush camps with them, and our cuisine was a good mixture of Brazilian flare and British stodge.
      The Dogon Country (sounds like a Wild West film title) is ...

      Coming Home

      A travel blog entry by nick.iprogram on Jul 24, 2011

      13 photos

      ... tatters, broken plastic sandals walking on mud, shacks for houses made up of banters and trash that littered the broken tarmacs they call "le goudron". 5 weeks later at the end of my internship and journey Mali was still the way I first saw it. A heady mix of equal parts diesel fumes and joy, that is Bamako-both intoxicating and addicting.

      I spent time struggling to comprehend a contentment that stemmed from my origins of a western country because ...