Hotel Le Silmande Ougadougou
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... sans-serif; line-height: normal;"> The last day of Burkina I packed and walked around and said my goodbyes to Nicodème our leader, his wife Grace and his daughter Thérèse. It was hard to say goodbye, especially with Thérèse who is only 13-16 and who we really bonded with. Burkina was such a special place and I think I am thoroughly in love with it. I practically had to be dragged onto the plane.
... which means it should be half as long, not that it shouldn't exist). It's a stark, visceral tale, and the prose should not be flabby.
Many events are told three times, but nothing significant is added after the first telling. Had the versions be in conflict, that is a device that has been used effectively in writing and in film. If they were in distinct voices, that might be interesting. Or if some significant detail were held back for the ...
have no need to travel anywhere - journey within yourself. Enter a mine
of rubies and bathe in the splendor of your own light.
Well, there is a reason no one travels in westafrica. The food is no good, the Police even worse, there is no electricity to speak of in a lot of countries.
But to make thinks worse there is nothing to see except a lot of other people.
If you wanna see nature in westafrica your 100 years late.
There is some nice stuff ...
... the country, we reached the city Ouahigouya. This would be the last city before leaving the country and we knew we were supposed to buy kola nuts before the border. So in the city market we went in search of the nuts. The problem though, was that we had no clue about the name of the nut in french and we weren't sure how they looked. So we basically jumped in and hoped for the best. The vendors in the stalls tried to help us and pointed us toward the correct area of the ...
... soon it was there – the same guy who had sought to overcharge me two days before.
When we arrived in front of the hotel „Belle Vue“, Arno claimed that his own hotel was just „around the corner“ so the driver dropped us both off. Arno and I shook hands, wished each other all the best in the future and that was it.
Back in Ouaga after my two-day excursion to Gorom-Gorom and back, I was effectively at ...