Hotel la Colombe

Address: Rue Askia Mohammed, Timbuktu, Mali | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rue Askia Mohammed, Timbuktu, is near Bamako city centre, market and Bamako: vegetable market at the south bank.
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    A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Nov 25, 2011

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    After the town tour some of us decided to eat out. That was at 1pm. Well
    at 3 the food arrived - we were about to forget it; who would tolerate such slow
    However, the police arrived too. Said we had to go back
    to where we were staying. All seemed serious the way they acted so it was onto
    their pickups and away - hunger still intact.

    And then our worst fears were realised. Gunmen had entered the ...

    Down the Niger to Timbuktu

    A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Nov 25, 2011

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    River varied in width - half a km to maybe 2 km and at one stage a lake 30km across. ( Lake Debo ) But these stats can vary greatly depending on the season. The ground is very flat and when the river floods it goes inland for miles. When this happens the small villages get swamped and the people all move back to higher land - and this happens each year. Fishermen that are nomads!!!! Can you ...


    A travel blog entry by 2africa on Feb 17, 2011

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    ... 1082;и на завтр 72;к (котор 099;й ем, главн 99;м образ 86;м, потом 91; что требу 77;тся для прием 72; ...

    Timbuktu: Land of Learning

    A travel blog entry by marmoney on Sep 12, 1970

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    ... It was very wise of them to use knowledge and discoveries to enrich their lives. This was an unusual approach, in my opinion, because to many other cities the most important goal was to conquer other cities and become the most powerful kingdom. After spending a few more nights in Timbuktu, I continued on my journey. It would be a while before I reached my next destination, which will not be in the continent of Africa.

    Talleyho Timbuktu

    A travel blog entry by teguerre119 on Jun 24, 1970

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    ... and decided to investigate. Flipping though the pages of a few books with a translator talking some the the pages to me, I decided to buy a book of poetry with the gold and what cotton cloth I had left. Alexandra went to go look at the city a bit more while I opened a small stand for trade and rebuilding the time machine. With the information packed books, I was able to quickly rebuild ...