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After the town tour some of us decided to eat out. That was at 1pm. Well
at 3 the food arrived - we were about to forget it; who would tolerate such slow
However, the police arrived too. Said we had to go back
to where we were staying. All seemed serious the way they acted so it was onto
their pickups and away - hunger still intact.
And then our worst fears were realised. Gunmen had entered the ...
River varied in width - half a km to maybe 2 km and at one stage a lake 30km across. ( Lake Debo ) But these stats can vary greatly depending on the season. The ground is very flat and when the river floods it goes inland for miles. When this happens the small villages get swamped and the people all move back to higher land - and this happens each year. Fishermen that are nomads!!!! Can you ...
... 1072;) на Тимбу 82;ту были много 95;ислен& #1085;ые колле 80;, разбе 75;авшие& #1089;я в разны 77; сторо 85;ы и ...
... while as his placement was only a year and he's off to Mozambique for his next placement. It will be hard to lose my best buddy – not least as he is ICT expert and solves all my computer problems!
Our base in Mali was the bustling port town of Mopti, at the junction of the Bani and ***** Rivers. Boats bring their wares up the river to sell in the lively market, partly on the shore and partly ...
It was finally this morning, or nearly at noon to be precise, that we finally got an opportunity to have a good look at Korioume. Just as I had already mentioned on our way up north, the place is just over ten kilometres away from Tombouctou and even less than that from the Tombouctou airport. So we didn't have time yet to get uncomfortable when we arrived by way of paved road in this settlement and joined a long queue of vehicles, mostly western-owned or western-hired ...