Lac Debo

Bamako, Mali | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Bamako

The most welcomed I've ever felt.

A travel blog entry by happy_feet

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... told us that we wouldn’t forget our first time in the airport in Bamako. He was correct. After waiting in line to get our passports swiped, our finger prints taken, and an X-ray, we played the waiting game for our suitcases. While we were wiggling our way through the crowd to the conveyer belt of bags, the power was going on and off, completely. Like, for a few seconds at a time the room full of people would be pitch black and everyone would throw up their ...

Touch down in Africa Town

A travel blog entry by celina_tee

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... getting my baggage and the other my work visa ) but they didn’t tell me that and they just walked away with all my documents and I was like “ WHOAA…. You both took all my stuff what do I get, give me your names or something ?!!?!?” hahaha I wasn’t about to hand out my passport to some one i never met before. Anyways, they were legit and I got all my baggage and work visa… I then stayed the night in Bamamko which is about a 6 ...

Bamako, the city

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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A week in Bamako so well rested. A big sprawling city, the only high rise buildings being the Central Bank of West Africa and a few hotels. It sprawls for miles to accommodate 1.8 million people. Luckily though I am staying close to the center so able to walk there and the museum and markets etc.

Walking is not without pitfalls however. Mainly dirt footpaths or broken concrete and they ...

DOGON COUNTRY May 2009

A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet

... in the world. We decided to spend the night here, and as it turned out because there was a wholesale power cut we slept on the roof of the hotel as it was simply too hot to sleep inside. It was a magical evening under a full moon which might sound good but it actually hides the ...

Luxury 1st class travel

A travel blog entry by kkandsteve

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... for dislodging us was to tie the 2 boats together then tow us out. The tow line was incredibly short and as a result the 2 boats rammed into each other with quite a force, numerous times! The boats are so old the last thing they need is to be whacked into each other. Still, everyone found it hillarious and it eventually worked.

The ferry was supposed to take 2 nights 1 and a half days, we arrived 2 days late. ...

Location

This hotel, located in Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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