Le Diplomate

Address: Rue des Nations Unies BP E4473, Bamako, Mali | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rue des Nations Unies BP E4473, Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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The most welcomed I've ever felt.

A travel blog entry by happy_feet on Jul 07, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... frustration or giggle at the situation. I couldn’t help but laugh because we were all so delirious and tired that anything ridiculous seemed to make us laugh. One of my suitcases was nowhere to be found, so after almost an hour looking for it, it was time to fill out missing bag paperwork. Luckily my essential essentials were in my backpack and such. I would say that it was fortunate that I had my Malaria medicine on me, but it turns out I was allergic to ...

Touch down in Africa Town

A travel blog entry by celina_tee on Dec 03, 2011

25 photos

... from the place I am working. We then took a small charter plane from Bamako to Tabakoto where I am now. Bamako is the closest BIG CITY I am by. Now when I say city, there are no houses and front lawns, its basically half finished apartment buildings ( like if they constructed a building and just got the cement up and forgot… brick, windows, roof) so basically a cement block with openings. People don’t live in homes, they are shacks and because it’s ...

Bamako, the city

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Nov 18, 2011


... with street vendors so you often need to walk on the road and then dodge the cars and small motorbikes. And try and avoid being overcome by the fumes, and in 40 degree heat. But all fun; even dealing with all the people that want to be your guide or to sell you something.

The ***** river flows through the city and the Sleeping Camel is on the south-side of the river. A bridge ...


A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Aug 19, 2011

... br> From Djenne it is a shortish drive to Segou and from here only 2 days to the Mauritanian border. This is an important milestone as I have to have drunk all the alcohol in the van by this date since aft
coup Mauritania has become even more strict, and apparently if you ...

Obviously we slept in the conference room

A travel blog entry by kkandsteve on Aug 09, 2010

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After arriving a day late in Bamako (no form of transport should be described as days late!) we found a cheap hotel. Only problem was that it was full, no matter, the owner came up with the ingeneous plan of putting us in the conference room. After being ravaged by mosquitos while sleeping on the petrol forecourt we didn't much like the idea of sleeping in the conference room. So I pitched the tent in there and we slept in ...

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