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During a walk through town I bump into two wedding parties. Houses in Segou generally are not big, so if you have a wedding party, you simply make it spill into the street.
29 December ...
As expected he music has got better in Mali, and should get better still with Bamako coming up.
Anyway I'm going to get off as I need to eat before a trip to a pottery village- a few km down the *****!
Thanks again and I'll update you more in Bamako- if I can get out of bed after the parties!
When I put the final touches to my packing routine in the morning, I realised I couldn't find my sun-glasses. I looked into every corner of my hotel apartment, checked and rechecked pockets and compartments in my luggage, but they were nowhere in sight. Hence, much as I refused to take it for a fact yet, the reality that I might have lost them was gradually setting in. It didn’t exactly contribute to what might have otherwise been an upbeat mood caused by a nice ...
... connected and the Prefet (sort of like a regional governor) gave a speech on how it felt to be in touch. The "operator" can now support his extended family and in 4 months he already has surpassed the average yearly income of $700. In another town a village that is regularly attacked by bandits has been able to have several months of peace as they can now call the local police.
On the way back filmed our roadside chef and guessing it ...
Something must have agreed with me in the whole „L'Esplanade" hotel setting right there by the ***** river, so I’d had by far the best sleep in Africa as yet. After nine long hours, which happens so seldom to me, I was as good as new and as refreshed as I could be. When my day kicked off in such a manner, it could only be a good day, no matter what. I planned to spend it sightseeing, of course. What else would there be for a tourist like me who had ended up in town by ...