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... just to show a rather posh restaurant
The community bus turned up, we all piled aboard, I have no idea what the other passengers thought of us lot grabbing seats, hanging onto the doors, we filled it, so there must have been 24-25 people hanging on to this bus, but it was a lot of fun, the locals all got off, we had the bus to ourselves now, so a sing song started, of all songs to start with ‘The Wheels of the Bus’ we pretty ...
... jetlag, we fell right asleep.
Waking up in the morning and pulling open my curtains to see the big beautiful sky lit up with the radiant sun was breathtaking. I was so excited for my first day in Mali. We had breakfast together and then talked about what our day was going to look like. We went to the national museum in Bamako to visit this peace and reconciliation exhibit that was on display. It was really exciting that almost all of the artists that ...
... 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 ...
... probably shouldn't be here anyway. Saturday was sorting him, his insurance and liaising with the doctors etc. Our driver didn't want to know - not his problem!!!!!! When the going gets rough he is off. And the others in our group backed away - not a pretty sight.
Sat night was party night. Went to The Diplomat night club; Great live music, the best. I was the ...
Obviously since the military coup security is perceived to be a bit of a problem and although stops by the police or Gendarmerie are nowhere near as frequent as in Cameroon or *****ia, they still get pretty irksome especially as in Mauritania they demand copies of ...