Hotel Terminus

Address: BP. 882, Niamey, Niger | Hotel
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This hotel, located on BP. 882, Niamey, is near Agadez Grande Mosquee, The Old Quarter, Heinrich Barth Residence, and Tourist office.
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      Travel Blogs from Niamey

      Our First Visitors!

      A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Apr 12, 2015

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... first visitors braving the long trip to *****.

      Jay and Judy set a high bar for any future visitors to chez Dane&Danielle. They allowed us to plan an action-packed, four-day tour of our lives, including visits to my office and Dane's school, grocery and fabric shopping, sunset drinks, trivia night, a tour of Niamey's grand mosque, and an overnight safari adventure to *****'s Parc W national park. Besides being polite passengers while we wove through *****ien ...

      Giraffes, Orca, Camels and More

      A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Mar 15, 2015

      8 photos

      ... and constraints to growing their client base. Our team has learned that a key constraint to increasing dairy production among the producers we’re working with is poor feeding during the lean/hot dry season (May – June/July), in part caused by lack of consistent access to complementary animal feed. Animal feed can be expensive since it is imported from *****ia or Benin (*****’s animal feed factories have been dormant ...

      The Ides, Madness and a weekend update of March

      A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Mar 15, 2015

      12 photos

      ... before the hash run we noticed our yard had grown a bit out of control. Yes, the coming hot season will likely take care of any greening within a matter of days, but vines were everywhere. New hedge clippers in hand we attacked the overgrowth with veracity. Now our guards can walk around the entire house, pool and garden without having to stoop under hanging plants or squeeze in their stomachs to avoid brushing the wall plants. We tried to avoid trimming too many flowering ...

      The Complex World We Live In

      A travel blog entry by mrconroy3 on Jan 25, 2015

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... including last week’s, have in the past quickly turned into political rallies and the two concepts are conflated and manipulated across the political spectrum in *****

      9. *****ia—the largest economic power in Africa and *****’s next door neighbor—is holding incredibly important presidential elections within the next month

      10. The degree to which one must separate faith, reason, and actions, and the degree to which we judge the actions of others ...

      Taming the Three Month Trap

      A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Jan 25, 2015

      ... limbs poking out wherever possible, screeching and bouncing along with each rut in the road. As we laughed, sort of in sadness for these poor goats, I was reminded how much I don’t miss being squished up next to a bunch of people on the bus or the Max train at rush hour! And that is not to say that there isn’t plenty that I don’t miss, now that we are three months in, but at least I am successfully avoiding the Trap – for ...