Hotel Terminus

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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    A travel blog entry by matt88345 on Dec 31, 2017

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    ... was beneath your feet. There were simply three rooms in the house: relatively small kitchen, the bedroom I share with my pet snake, Rover, or Rovey as I called him, and my parents' bedroom, the biggest room of them all, but only a little larger than the kitchen.

    There was still a table and lounge chair littered with my father's things in the corner of my parents' room- quills, ink, several letters and a ...

    The Village of Nemodin

    A travel blog entry by matt88345 on Dec 31, 2017

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    ... in to the Forest of the Forbidden from the village square. Only the bravest entered the Forest of the Forbidden to hunt as there were many fine animals living there, but the forest was said to be haunted. I didn't know this at the time, but when I left for Great Creation Town, I was not to return to The Village of Nemodin anytime soon. The Great War of Groll and Nemodin was to start soon in the Forest of the ...


    A travel blog entry by 2africa on Feb 23, 2011

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    ... 1083;е полуд 85;я удает 89;я сдела 90;ь это в BAI *****. Продо 83;жая осмат 88;ивать столи 94;у нахож 91; страх ...

    In the Interim...

    A travel blog entry by k0e0n0z on Oct 29, 2010

    1 comment

    ... I had committed to being and where my friends were navigating those first difficult days as official volunteers in their new towns. Sorry Mom and Dad if I was awkward, I was really confused. However, I was, as always, warmed by the love and safety of my family, my friends, and my home.

    Once we headed to Fargo and I saw Jess ***** completely left my mind and my sisterly instincts to nurture and protect completely ...

    The Importance of Names

    A travel blog entry by rebekahphillips on Oct 08, 2010


    ... of music. One of the famous African writers, Senghor, writes that there is a rhythm to everything in every day in Africa. One might write this off as a romanticized exaggeration, but from my point of view, I hear the song-like Zarma words bouncing down the streets. I hear the never-ceasing drums coming from somewhere at all hours. I hear the muezzins and the calls to prayer 5 times a day. I hear the songs sung while cleaning. I hear the taps of ...