Hotel Mirabeau

Quartier du fleuve - rue 311, Bamako, BP E 3506, Mali | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bamako


A travel blog entry by mikeandmary


... tomorrow.

8 January
Into town to the museum, a lot of the
old carvings were pretty scary, almost witchcraft stuff. As well as
the statues they also had some archaeological remains, although not
many, and lots of different patterned cloth and types of cloth that
dated from the 12th century up until now. Leaving there we
went to one of the smaller markets, that said it still went on and
on. It was a bit grotty with lots of ...

Ivory Coast Visa games

A travel blog entry by robspackman


... to find the complete petty mindedness and obstructivness of the fellow truely amusing: after the event that is. You're Louis Theroux

20. Do expect the entire process to take over a week

22. Do have a beer afterwards. You’ll need it.

Rob Spackman Bamako 26th January


A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet

... lingering animosity caused by Mauritanian support of rebels against the annexation of South West Sahara by Morocco some years ago. Anyway the border has about 3 kilometres of no-mans land across a really rough and rocky piste. It is reputed to be mined on either side of the ...

Bamako and Blood

A travel blog entry by phileasfarx


... The whole affair is conducted in a very public setting, with seamingly all members of the public involved and of all ages.

Amidst all this killing, it is important to remember and understand its origins and significance. Eid Tabaski recreates the Abrahamic story of when, under instruction from God, Abraham was about to sacrifice his son Isaac. The appearance of a sheep, which was the result of Abraham's obedience, meant Isaac was spared. ...

Going loco down in Bamako-(oh!)

A travel blog entry by luke-jones


... a Carribean island.

The village was not up to much- more scorching heat and dusty dry earth- but the pottery was all done by hand, they didn't even have a potters wheel, by the woman of the village. They had a co-op and with the profits they paid for teachers etc.

The closer to Bamako and the larger the towns you notice two things, firstly the music is getting better- it's more melodic and less percussive. Secondly, Gadaffi has built brand new shiny mosques. ...


This 3 star hotel, located on Quartier du fleuve - rue 311, Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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