La Rose des Sables

Address: Rue de la Femme, Ouagadougou, 2338, Burkina Faso | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Rue de la Femme, Ouagadougou.
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    Travel Blogs from Ouagadougou

    Ouaga and the Sahel

    A travel blog entry by emma_wags on Oct 28, 2014

    1 comment

    ... on our way to Gorom-Gorom. We stopped half way to the desert in a village called Dori, where the Fulfulde people live (referenced in the Book of Negros) and saw a mosque and ate lunch. Lunches in Burkina consist of rice and sauce, a meat (which we usually can't identify) and some form of amazing fruit, banana, papaya, pineapple or watermelon for example.
    In Dori, David and I happened to get separated from the group and in our adventure to find ...

    The Real Africa

    A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Mar 11, 2013

    3 comments, 24 photos

    ... of babies here!), country markets where everything is sold (I've only seen one grocery store in Ouagadougou - everything else has been tiny stalls in the local markets), people on bicycles or motorscooters (forget cars or other motorized transportation, rush hours don't exist here except for the millions of bicycles & motorscooters trying to run you down), villiagers gathered under trees at the local meeting place, little ebony-faced children running ...

    Wagga

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Dec 04, 2010

    27 photos

    ... find - clearly many of them can't. Of all the West African sub-saharan countries I have so far visited, only The Gambia , as far as I am aware, provides any state funded education. It is surely no coincidence that that country feels further ahead.

    So long as Burkinabes retain their proud character, this is a country which, I'm sure, will lift itself up to stand tall and strong. There's a metaphor in there ...

    We heart the sacred crocodiles

    A travel blog entry by kkandsteve on Aug 24, 2010

    10 photos

    ... immersing ourselves in the local culture by going to feed the sacred crocidiles with our new English friends - Sanc personne a un poulet si vous plait! resulting in some highly unsafe and morally questionable crocodile petting and an excellent video of feeding a live chicken to a crocodile.
    To continue our cultural immersion we decided to visit the national museum where we got a free ...

    BURKINA FASO - N’y a pas de problème

    A travel blog entry by zeeshanv on Mar 06, 2010

    7 photos

    ... before (Muslim countries included), the term Pakistani evoked doubt and aggression.



    Soon the moto was running again. The mechanic charged a modest fee of 200 CFA. I thanked all and set off on my journey. The paved road had ended by now and it was all mud. In 20 minutes I was at the granite outcrop. The sun was at its worst by this time. I couldn’t see myself last 30 minutes out there but impressed by the sculptures, ended up spending more than an ...