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During a walk through town I bump into two wedding parties. Houses in Segou generally are not big, so if you have a wedding party, you simply make it spill into the street.
29 December ...
Just a quick one to say thanks for all the birthday messages- I was in Dogon country in Mali on my birthday, part of a 3 day trek. As you know- very hot but well worth it, as I saw the masked dance in Tirelli on the big day.
When we got back to civilisation the guys had organised a cake and a band played at the hotel- very ...
... However, I tried to approach the matter calmly. I unrolled the film of the day before in my mind in an attempt to retrace my steps and places I had visited. Most of the time I had been out in the open and only on few occasions I had gone indoors. Out in the open, my glasses had most of the time been sitting atop of my nose. Until I had lost them somewhere along the way, that is.
I had usually taken them off indoors.
So where had it been? Supermarket. ...
... cool stove--the rule is eat it very dead so you don't get sick. (No guarantee so don't sue me). Saw a man on a bicycle with 3 goats in his basket--and I thought I packed good.
Back in Bamako the nightspots are La Terrace, Blabla and L'Ibiza. I was entertained watching the ladies in 6" stillettos trying to walk around the bar without topping over and continued to torture my colleagues this week with my French--a frenchman asked me if ...
... the first place? There was just one thing I had to do. I had to buy myself a bus ticket for the onward journey to Mopti the next day and that was all. All else would be leisure.
Again I enlisted the motor-cycle guy from the hotel who was only too happy to oblige me as I would obviously be a source of extra income for him. This morning I was a bit less leery of mounting the bike behind him even if I would still rather walk any time. But I had no idea where to go as ...