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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Travel Blogs from Bamako

We have arrived!

A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Jun 28, 2015

13 comments, 12 photos

... not exactly sure how we’ll be doing that. Pray that the Lord grants us wisdom and discretion to select the classes that will best meet the needs of the students this term and build toward a more comprehensive offering for the next trimester, which will begin in September.

On a separate note, Saturday was market day for us. Erin is a YWAM staff member who works in Koutiala and has been helping out with classes at GGM until Lurinda and Raquel ...

A night out

A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Dec 18, 2014

1 comment, 68 photos

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After an hour of listening to my books, I was getting a little stir crazy, so decided to go out for a walk, so it was back across the bridge and into the mad house again,

I saw there was supposed to be an artisans workshop there somewhere, so that is what I went in search of

I found it, there were guys making gold and silver jewellery, wooden carvings, the place was filled with noise of hammers, fires ...

Bamako buddies

A travel blog entry by robspackman on Jan 19, 2012

10 photos

... without throwing it all over the computer room floor. And it tasted good. Feeling slightly sick by now, we decided on an after meal coffee. Sitting down at Serou’s stall he poured us our drinks, and literally within minutes his wife appeared with a steaming bowl of food. “I asked her to bring extra so that you can eat with me” he told us with a big smile. I looked down. A lot of rice, a lot of sauce, a lot of meat. ...


A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Aug 19, 2011

... a guide as the inhabitants didn't like it. I failed to see the logic of this pathetic attempt to get cash from us and the whole experience reminded us a little of the encounter with the Facawi pygmies of Uganda. So we simply drove off feeling that tourism has indeed ...

Coming Home

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

13 photos

... of bananas balanced gently upon a vendor’s head. As I cross Pont Alma, the traffic will not compete for space with big green camion bashis filled to the brim with smiling people, who laugh at the slightest provocation and share smiles as cars edge forward, in an endless line. There won’t be a single donkey standing in an intersection, nor the mullahs singing out the hours of prayer, policemen will not whistle, horns will not honk, and ...