How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Yibi Ouagadougou
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... of pants and one bra that I had brought with me in my emergency grab bag! (I washed what I had been wearing during the day in the evening and it would dry overnight, was working fine but I’d rather not do that for three months!) Bu then it was in a separate carrier bag. Phew!
Some time mid-afternoon William arrived again, carrying Sinead’s suitcase and medicines which he’d been to Guilongu to pack and bring back – very ...
... she would find a way to get us some.
Soon after Eleonore called with the same information, sounding worried. She also said that the French ambassador and his people were poised to get us out if necessary. Also we were told not only to stay in the hotel, but to stay in our rooms to avoid any potential stray bullets.
We hadn’t heard any shots all day, it’s been very calm here. I’ve not felt unsafe at any point still. Just ...
... afternoon, so I’ve already spent two nights here en famille. It hasn’t rained since I left the hotel, so it’s getting rather hot! I felt sure it was going to rain last night – the wind picked up and the air became restless, and the children and I rushed about to tidy the courtyard and put things under a shelter… but the weather was just teasing and the rains never came!! Tonight, maybe!!!
Anyway, I digress… IS taximan ...
... for that. J
The evenings after training were nice, we’d make the most of the wifi at the hotel and chill before going out to eat at Restaurant Senegalais, which sells the same food as Burkinabe restaurants despite the name. We made friends with the main waiter who was kind and friendly, and always keen to recommend something new to try. The first night he recommended ginger juice and bisap. The ginger juice was really strong ...
... and unloaded our gear. We divided ourselves up into 2s and 3s and each got a room. I am with Alexa and we have a room with two beds and mosquito netting and a bathroom. Fun thing, toilet seats aren't a thing in Burkina and the shower is just a nozzle sticking out of the wall! We unpacked and then went to eat dinner. We had plantains, grilled peppers and onions, chicken legs and potatoes! For desert we had a papaya wedge with lime to squeeze on top!
After dinner, since ...