LAICO l'Amitie Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... trying to stand/dance on a table, well that didn’t end well
I was given another coffee, it seemed it was just me and Jesus that was sober and we were getting bored with all the drinking and noise
A few ‘discussions’ broke out and things got louder, I wandered outside, this wasn’t anything I wanted to get involved with
I saw some lights outside this place, I thought they were Christmas lights, but ...
... along with some of her kids, other family members and lots of other people that I’m not sure how they are related yet. She had rooms prepared for all of us upstairs. We have plenty of bathrooms with showers, our own kitchen, dining room and living room with a TV. It’s super swanky. Oh did I mention that each of our rooms have air conditioning? Because that’s like the coolest thing of all of the things. That night, after being wet puppies and ...
... raising serious concern all the way. I was kind of sitting on the engine, at the back of the bus, so I could assess whether the coughing, complaining, raging of the engine was evolving. One of my favourite moments took place at around 6.30am when we stopped, in the wild. Nothing there apart from a road heading east, a dry landscape and a rising sun. A few seconds later, there were at least 15 of the passengers praying on ...
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Eventful first morning in Bamako. A guy on our truck had a stroke or seizure. I played nurse, and went to hospital in the ambulance with him. Was a bit scary. He was out to it for about 5 minutes and is now in hospital. I think the trip for him is over. He had a stoke 13 years ago that left one arm useless, one leg almost useless, and speech ...
... Mauritanian authorities finally gave us our visa to enter the country.
)So we set off again and bush camped in virtually the same places, and met up with our old friends the Mauritanian Border Guards, who told us they have to send quite a few tourists back to Bamako for ...