Tete de l'Art

Quinzambougou, Bamako, Mali | Hotel
Prices starting from $39.00
 

Travel Blogs from Bamako

The most welcomed I've ever felt.

A travel blog entry by happy_feet

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... 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 ...

An epic journey

A travel blog entry by sachago

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... The first prayer of the day. Just a surreal scene. Not so amusing was the crossing of the borders (Senegalese and Malian), which took all in all 4 hours. For two stamps and a random check of some of the luggages in our bus. But then, after three unofficial revenue collection police roadblocks, two goat bbq stops (delicious!) and a couple of further prayer stops, Bamako was finally within sight! And it was worth it! Bamako ...

Bamako the city that rocks

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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... tops etc

Eventful first morning in Bamako. A guy on our truck had a stroke or seizure. I played nurse, and went to hospital in the ambulance with him. Was a bit scary. He was out to it for about 5 minutes and is now in hospital. I think the trip for him is over. He had a stoke 13 years ago that left one arm useless, one leg almost useless, and speech ...

DOGON COUNTRY May 2009

A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet

... Mauritanian authorities finally gave us our visa to enter the country.
)So we set off again and bush camped in virtually the same places, and met up with our old friends the Mauritanian Border Guards, who told us they have to send quite a few tourists back to Bamako for ...

MALI (Les Camiones Suavages)

A travel blog entry by zeeshanv

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... and experimenting the local street food on me. I laid low in the evening.

The next day, I collected my Ghanaian visa and took off to the *****ian embassy after that. My first steps in the *****ian embassy felt as if I was walking into trouble – for no real reason but my impression of the country. I felt as if they would try to frame me to extract motivations (bribes) – and this was just the embassy. I was pleasantly surprised to see a ...

Location

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