Kome Residence

Address: 48, Bamako, 223, Mali | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 48, Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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        Travel Blogs from Bamako

        The rewards of international work

        A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Nov 10, 2015

        5 comments, 8 photos

        ... by one of our English level 5 and Business English students named Moses, who is very active in the church with the youth and new member ministries. The service was in French, but the sermon was translated into English from the pulpit, an aspect we were very thankful for, as it reminded us of the talents and gifts given us by God to use for His glory. After the service, we were given an introduction to the church’s history by one of the elders and ...

        A visit to prison, Tabaski, and Ind. Day

        A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Sep 23, 2015


        ... to donate to poor families, but also to spread wealth throughout the community. Tabaski, more commonly known as the 'Festival of Sacrifice', is defined in the Koran as a festival that takes place during the pilgrimage to Mecca. http://picturetank.com/___/series/25f98 4527aaa94397599c544e2a66219/en/o/BRP_Ta baski_-_Bamako,_Mali.html

        Classes at Go Global Mali resumed on Monday, September 14th. Registration for this third ...

        Local cuisine and industries

        A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Aug 08, 2015

        3 comments, 5 photos

        ... tutor, to an annual feast of the Malian Association of Teachers of English (MATE) nearby to us at the University. While we expected a feast, what we didn’t expect is that there was going to be a formal ceremony awarding certificates and gifts to English students between 13 and 18 years old. Before we knew it, we were "on stage" with dignitaries to conduct the ceremony and hand out the awards. Next to us was the Vice Chancellor of the University, then the Public ...

        The end of Ramadan, the Eid, and other activities

        A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Jul 18, 2015

        9 comments, 29 photos

        ... is also where one finds the American embassy, the zoo, the national park, and Point G. According to another blogger, "Point G" was actually a French colonizer. The area called Point G is a plateau that rises above Bamako on the west, giving a beautiful vantage point for a panoramic view of the city of Bamako and the perfect place to pray over the city and its inhabitants. It also boasts an exercise area that seems to be popular with the kids (see photos). We ...

        A night out

        A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Dec 18, 2014

        1 comment, 68 photos

        17 December Night out

        The owner of the sleeping Camel had sorted out a sunset cruise and a meal out of town, we were going to use a local boat and come back on one of the community buses

        Well we had been here for days, the market was getting a bit stale and there really isn't anything in Bamako, okay there are a few dingy bars, but that is about it, there aren't anything worth going out to see

        We are still stuck waiting for our visas, ...

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