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

      Catching the Spirit

      A travel blog entry by mrconroy3 on Dec 24, 2014

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      ... at Mass that should prepare me this advent are in French, a language that is challenging for me to grasp. This year is different. It is the most isolated I have felt about Christmas since Rome in 2006—my first experience of being away from family at Christmas.

      Yet, Danielle, Mrs. Conroy, pointed out something to me the other day that shook me. She woke me up. We were walking along the main avenue near ...

      On Dairy and Running

      A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Dec 21, 2014

      3 photos

      ... his cows with multinutritional blocks – and his dairy production soared, bringing his family more money. It’s a simplified image of what we are working to make happen. When I pick up a plastic tub of local yogurt at the grocery store, I cannot help but think of all the work it takes to get that tub to market (and wondering if it’s really safe to eat!). We will see what happens during March-April-May, when the hot season ...

      Five Sounds of Niger

      A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Nov 30, 2014

      1 comment

      ... really merits all that hyperbole. On several occasions Dane has talked me down from rushing outside and strangling the small herd of goats, cow and maverick rooster in our neighbor’s yard with my bare dehydrated hands. Most evenings I cannot even hear the sizzle of the meat on our propane stove over the earsplitting bleating going on next door. When I bleat back in defiance Dane gently reminds me in his calm teacher’s voice that contrary ...

      Sifting through the Sand and through Faith

      A travel blog entry by mrconroy3 on Nov 25, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... headed my way, I was back into the sand/dirt.

      You might be asking yourself, what type of sand/dirt situation is this? Should we picture a sand trap at Red Tail or Pumpkin Ridge? Is this the packed wet sand of Oregon beaches? My answer: The sand is a grimy red dust (think of the old burnt orange 6th grade jog-a-thon shirts), that seeps into all shoes, socks, and pants. Once one has stepped into the sand, the sand is a part of you. It is easily tracked into ...

      The Accidental Snip

      A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Nov 12, 2014

      2 comments

      ... 3 letter words the entire game). Ah yes, let’s go outside and finally cut Dane’s hair!

      I had watched people cut my hair all my life. I thought I could walk Danielle through it. Danielle had watched my father cut my hair, Shannon McDonnell buzz it in the Mehling Hall basement at 11:30 PM, and my sister-in-law Theresa chop it a time or two. Grab a couple of chairs, head out to the porch. Bring the scissors, a cup of ...