Azalai Hotel Independance
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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After our long fiasco getting back to Ouaga we took it easy most days. We did some small day trips to Bible translation organizations and to see rice fields or villages that the Mennonite church helped by funding dams or skill training. We met with a lot of young people and were asked so many questions about our life and we could ask questions about theirs.
We went on ...
... has the opposite effect, making the prose feel bloated and boring. ("Glancing to our three young warriors, I see they struggle with their opponents.") I think most of the book should have been in the third person; as a result the occasional first-person passages would have had more impact.
Even in my first quoted example above, it's not actually an interior voice (that would be "A presence enters our cabin"), it's a report of an interior ...
... us to buy their phone cards. What stood out to me is that while we in Europe already have 4G, in Burkina they are not so far behind. They have 3,75G. Another observation I made is that they were advertising season 3 of homeland which premieres here in February. You must love globalization.
One thing here that completely lives up to its expectations is the Burkinabe hospitality. I already can’t recall the numerous times I’ve been ...
... the taxi around. At this point the driver started to get ask for more money, as he had be driving us all over town at this point. Not having reached our destination, we flatly refused. When reaching the center of town again, we stopped the taxi, paid his the previously agreed amount and got out.
A bit at a loss, we decided to walk the handicraft stalls while thinking about what to do next. Almost entirely deserted by shoppers, we were the center of attention. ...
... a month on the road, I was tired enough even without it. And second, sheer drinking had long stopped making any sense for me. But I wouldn’t have minded to go out once or twice. Just for the feel of an atmosphere. Just to see how locals – probably those more affluent ones – spend their evenings out.
Of course, I could have always ordered myself a taxi, asked for the name of the most popular dive and go out on my own. After all, on a certain level, how ...