Hotel Terminus

Address: BP. 882, Niamey, Niger | Hotel
 
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Location

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

    Celebrations, a Fast, and a Hash Run

    A travel blog entry by mrconroy3 on Aug 02, 2015

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    ... great honors come great responsibilities. I know Ms. Thompson prepared you well for your new moment of leadership at St. Pius X. Work hard and enjoy it!<br style="line-height: 17.6222229003906px;"><br style="line-height: 17.6222229003906px;">On June 9<sup>th</sup> (yes, it has been that long since we blogged) a small brunch was held for the faculty and staff of the school as well as AISN graduates and their families. I sat at a table with our ...

    Independence, Nice Cars and Life & Death

    A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Aug 02, 2015

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    ... Friday how independence day is celebrated here and the response was: “We nap. We eat. And then we sleep some more.” I think a few government workers took this regimen to heart a few days early: during my errands last week to the court of appeals to finalize my work visa paperwork, I opened the door to the administrators’ office and all three of the women staff were sprawled out on their backs, one on the office sofa and the other two on the ...

    Celebrating, Fasting and Hashing across the Globe

    A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Aug 02, 2015

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    ... Hugheses of Newcastle/Kinshasa. Cheers to you all as you bask in your marriage.

    On June 9th (yes, it has been that long since we blogged) a small brunch was held for the faculty and staff of the school as well as AISN graduates and their families. I sat at a table with our Senegalese finance officer, our Indian secretary, and our Bangladeshi kindergarten-1st grade classroom aide. We discussed the school year, the graduates, and summer plans.
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    Musings from the Hot Season

    A travel blog entry by mrconroy3 on May 05, 2015

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    ... a strained country. *****’s economy has not weathered the lower oil prices (cheaper gas prices) as well as many economists had thought. The dry season has come late, but it has been quite lengthy. Nomads, farmers, and city dwellers could use some rains to replenish resources that are dangerously low. These facts are nothing new to the way of life for many in *****, but still deserve our thoughtful use of resources and reflections on more efficient ...

    Our First Visitors!

    A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Apr 12, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... shocking considering how uncomplicated a good taco can be, and also quite unfortunate, given tortilla chips and salsa held their own special food group position in our house back in Portland. Dane and I are surviving on the taco and guacamole seasoning packets sent to us from home every once in a while. So I was as overjoyed to see the third suitcase Dane's parents were wheeling out of the airport, which I knew contained a family sized bag of Juanita's tortilla chips, as I was to ...