Hotel le Fleuve

BP 2963, Bamako, Mali | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on BP 2963, Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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Travel Blogs from Bamako

The most welcomed I've ever felt.

A travel blog entry by happy_feet on Jul 07, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

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I’ve greeted loved ones with open arms as they’ve arrived home, full of stories, a new sense of self, maybe another language or two, greater character, more compassion, and broadened horizons. Their stories among others are what inspired me to leap on the other side of the world. Here I am, sitting in my bed underneath a mosquito net in our compound in the small town of Kati, as the brilliant Malian sun sets. I couldn’t be more thankful ...

Bamako

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Jan 04, 2014

21 photos

... through the centre of town and right through the main
market trying to find a place to camp. We worked our way further out
of town and eventually found one about 16 kms from the centre. A
recently widowed Canadian woman runs it as she has done for 21 years.
There is no running water here, we have the novelty of a well.



5 January
Mike is busy fixing the water tank,
ends up just a loose nut but it involves taking the tank out and ...

Ivory Coast Visa games

A travel blog entry by robspackman on Jan 26, 2012

2 comments, 3 photos

... universal "white man in Africa zip off trousers" which you were sent home to get

14. Do expect to be waved over and dismissed again with a hand gesture

15. Do expect to be: a) sneered at by the offical

b) treated with arrogant contempt

c) looked up and ...

DOGON COUNTRY May 2009

A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Aug 19, 2011

... waters around Mauritania are teeming with fish, all the catch goes to canneries in the Canary Islands who then sell it back to the Mauritanians. I am not sure who set this system up but it really does defy any economic
logic, and it means any hope you may have of ...

Bamako and Blood

A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Nov 14, 2010

7 comments, 20 photos

... and dinner) and tend to last perhaps 30 minutes at a time, but today they continued unbroken for two hours.

All week we had noticed the mass transitting of sheep; on our journey here we shared many vehicles with them. And now we knew the purpose of this movement. After breakfast we stepped out into the street for a morning stroll around the neighbourhood and were greeted with the beginning scenes of a mass public slaughter. The sound of ...

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