Azalai Hotel Nord Sud

Address: Avenue Du Mali Hamdalaya ACI 2000, Bamako, 1060, Mali | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenue Du Mali Hamdalaya ACI 2000, Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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Bamako buddies

A travel blog entry by robspackman on Jan 19, 2012

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Our rate of progress towards South Africa might seem slow to you, but we feel like we move along at a reasonable pace. We rarely stay more than two or three days in one place – there's just too many places to visit! But sometimes it’s beyond our control, usually when waiting for some beaurocratic machinary to turn on its rusty axle. When we arrived in Bamako and realized we would probably have to stay for six days, we felt a bit ...


A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Aug 19, 2011

It was a shame and a wrench to leave Ougadougou, but onwards we had to go, and our visas for Mali were burning a hole in our pockets after burning a biggger hole when we paid for them. We were coming to the end of our travels with Roy and Michelle, since they really wanted ...

Coming Home

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

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... 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 ...

MALI (Les Camiones Suavages)

A travel blog entry by zeeshanv on Mar 13, 2010

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... asked me if I wanted to meet up for lunch. Sure, I said. He was there with another friend. We went to a small inexpensive local restaurant and ordered fish with coloured rice cooked with vegetables and eggs. I don’t quite remember what the dish was called but I know it was very similar to Djaloff I would eventually try in Ghana. Kwame then gave me his shpeel on how he was in the middle of an African tour, having visited *****ia, Liberia, Cote ...

Im back

A travel blog entry by queenietord on Feb 27, 2010


This is just a quickie to say that i have been to Timbuktu and survived. We got to Bamako this afternoon and have caught up with the truck again. I know we are bushcamping tomorrow night but Im not sure after that so not sure when ill get internet but the co driver has let me borrow his laptop to let you all know I am safe. I had a brilliant tiime in Timbuktu but more about that another day.
Lots of love