Address: Bamako, Mali | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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Travel Blogs from Bamako

Mangoes, mountains and Mali

A travel blog entry by robspackman on Jan 28, 2012

10 photos

... conspiratorially "The first time we met was whilst working there." "Voilą!," said he, and then in loud clear French "There is no trouble here that you are following the Ghana" the heads of a few fervent Mali fans turned, i caught the glimpse of broken teeth in the dark, mutters of Ghanabes were audible. Mali lost by 2 "super buts" but no tempers flared at us as the cinema began to empty prematurely.

Later over a beer and after shuffling out to buy us ...


A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Aug 19, 2011

... scene. Guildford it was not although we spent a very happy 2 hours in the Blah Blah Bar after registering our visa requirements with the Mauritanian Embassy.
Visas will be ready in 3 days, but really Bamako is not the place for a long weekend if any one is thinking about ...

Bamako, Music and Papa Noel!

A travel blog entry by frusc101 on Dec 23, 2010

1 comment, 24 photos

... looking forward to dinner - for which we had purchase a goat to BBQ and with all the trimmings - in the african style and with available ingredients of course! One of the main highlights and the culmination of several weeks of planning (well to be fair a last minute purchase for a few) was the secret santa game which was a trans africa tradition. In short we all bort a present (I bought a jigsaw camel set way back in Marrakech and then we each took turns to choose a present laid ...

Rose tints and road flints

A travel blog entry by the-rambler on Jan 29, 2010

6 comments, 3 photos

... fortunate enough to have heard, even listened, and probably for all those out of earshot as well.

Some discoveries are beyond measure.

Djenne, nearing the end of my Mali excursion is a flat, mud town, like so many of Mali's villages, but with a graceful sense of curves in all its thin paths. The buildings are all mud, hand made, hand patted, leaving rounded curves at the ends of family home walls.

The upper edges of the walls are rounded. Mud does not ...

Bamako, January 2, 2009 - Friday

A travel blog entry by the_wayfarer on Dec 19, 2009

14 photos

... back and moved away from the spot. But they wouldn’t let me off the hook so easy. Well, I could have guessed as much. Being a white man there, the only one in sight at that, I should have thought I wouldn’t be able to get one second of not being watched there at least by someone. Particularly not when I wanted to pee. The guys were after me.

My instinct told me I’d make things only worse if I took to my heels. So I deliberately calmed my pace even if I’d ...