Hotel Mande

Cite du Niger, Bamako, BP 2639, Mali | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bamako


A travel blog entry by mikeandmary


... from the well. It has been a long
time since I had to do the washing using my feet in a bucket doing a
war dance. I forgot it can be fun. Towards the end of the day Mike
found another job to let him skive, the tail lift has stopped working
and so we cannot get the moped out.

7 January
As you can guess Mike is fixing the
tail lift and eventually found the fault and fixed mid afternoon. So
we are now making plans to go into town for ...

Ivory Coast Visa games

A travel blog entry by robspackman


... photo copy shop not once but twice to redo things which are not to his satisfaction. A5 is definately not admissable. Staples? No way baby!

18. Don’t be surprised to be asked to rewrite your forms, you should be grateful that they only want once copy of everything

19. ...


A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet

... temperature even at midnight is an amazing 28 degrees C. Even though we have a fan it is like being in a fan assisted oven.
From Nouakchott it was on to Noudibou right in the top corner and close to the Moroccan border. Mauritania and Morocco are old enemies and there is ...

Bamako and Blood

A travel blog entry by phileasfarx


... were deserted. Whole streets empty. Strange scenes of desertion in a normally bustling city. When we returned, only a few animals were still standing. Carcusses were everywhere, hanging from trees or laid out on the street. Some were still being drained of blood. Others being skinned. More being gutted. Butchery everywhere. Blood, already dried by the morning sun, stained the streets, on which heads lay next to limbs and children emptied the contents ...

Going loco down in Bamako-(oh!)

A travel blog entry by luke-jones


... as they were renovating it. So, unfortunately, Djenne really did not live up to expectations/promise.
- I actually preferred the mosque at Mopti, it had more style, but gets a really bad right up in the books.

When I left you last time I was off to a pottery village outside of Segou- the boat trip (again on the *****) was fantastic. The banks were green and lush, with herds of cattle and women washing clothes. The scenery was picturesque- you could have ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Cite du Niger, Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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