Le Bouctou

Address: BP 49, Timbuktu, Mali | Hotel
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This hotel, located on BP 49, Timbuktu, is near Bamako city centre, market and Bamako: vegetable market at the south bank.
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Travel Blogs from Timbuktu


A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Nov 25, 2011

1 comment

... took all of 15 minutes or less. Then it was another ride in a police ute.

At the station we were told the worst. The German guy that was
with us had resisted getting into the gunmans car so they shot him. The other 3
were missing.

We stayed the night on the roof of the poice station. Not much sleep though, very sombre mood. I knew all the three that were missing as we had met them all earlier in our travels ...

Down the Niger to Timbuktu

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Nov 25, 2011

... mosques - one in each village. Some seem quite elaborate.

Limited cropping. They can and do get water from the river - they must pay for it though - but generally the soil is poor. People fishing in little boats and we took the opportunity each day to buy a couple for the evening meal.

Stopped off at one village. Lots of children, all after anything they can get. Empty water bottles quite ...


A travel blog entry by 2africa on Feb 17, 2011

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Мали. Город Тимбу 82;ту Сплю в палат 82;е на терри 90;ории Alfacia . Майли 76;ж 90688. За день проех 72;л 155 ...


A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Nov 26, 2010

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Welcome to Timbuktu, a place which surely evryone in the West has heard of. I arrived here around 9pm on Friday 27th November 2010.

During the days of European exploration, people drempt of arriving here and being the first to 'discover’ the town. First contact was made in 1826 by Major Gordan Laing from England. Unfortunately, he was murdered upon leaving the city. ...

A boat ride to the desert

A travel blog entry by cathjama on Aug 21, 2010

1 comment, 10 photos

... river. The most unusual items were the slabs of salt, carried by camel brought by the Tuareg people across the desert to Timbuktu and then down the river by pinasse. Our hotel was fantastic for the price but tricky to access as it was the wet season and all of Mopti’s side roads were completely flooded and wading was in order. Even the occasion we caught a taxi fared us no better as the taxis are all so ...

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Traveler Photos Le Bouctou Timbuktu

09. View from Bouctou Hotel terrace
Timbouctou, Mali