Motel Du 15

Address: BP 501, Ouagadougou, 01 , Burkina Faso | Hotel
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This hotel is located on BP 501, Ouagadougou.
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    Travel Blogs from Ouagadougou

    October 20, 2014

    A travel blog entry by emma_wags on Oct 28, 2014

    ... enough Purel to sanitize our whole body. Everything looked very different, the jungle out across the tarmac, the dozens of people wearing medical gear and the buildings and people. I am so glad I speak their language so I didn't feel isolated! We spent about an hour in Ivory Coast and then hoped into a plane and flew back to Ouaga, this time the airport was open. The sun went down in Ivory Coast in a matter of 2 or 3 minutes at 6:30, so this flight was in the dark.
    We ...

    C'est chaud!

    A travel blog entry by thomasrjmeijer on Feb 18, 2014

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    ... time for me to realize I have to see things in the bigger picture. I'm constantly meeting new people, getting invited to events or just find myself having an interesting conversation. The more I learn about this country's people, culture and history, the more I'm beginning to understand what it is actually going here. The poor children in Africa you see on the television become reality and you experience on first hand in what incredibly basic conditions most people live. It's ...

    A Night in Ouagadougou

    A travel blog entry by axtheuniverse on Jun 01, 2013

    6 photos

    ... Festival’s opening ceremony! The festival, more commonly known as Fespaco, is the largest Film festival in Africa that takes place every two years. The Fespaco is considered the largest cultural event on the African continent and is often referred to as the "African Oscars". The Fespaco opens with a new theme every year, this year the theme was “African Cinema and Markets”. We drove, with Dieneba’s entire family, to the Stade ...

    Delicious and simple, as life should be

    A travel blog entry by sachago on Jan 03, 2012

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    1 - Find a papaya (difficult) and three limes (that should be easier).
    2 - Cut the papaya in two and get rid of the pips.
    3 - Squeeze the limes into each part of the papaya. As much as possible. Don't be shy, a bit more!
    4 - Enjoy and start the process all over again until exhaustion. Papaya with lime, a magic mix! Trust me, taste ...

    Ouagadougou, January 18, 2009 - Sunday

    A travel blog entry by the_wayfarer on Nov 01, 2010

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    ... the scale of income of a good deal of local population, so many a local lady sought to learn to do it herself, in order cut some expenses if possible. The cousin came for the same reason.

    Na Prisca claimed she’d learned it well and she regularly did the hair to her mother and her sisters. But now it was her sister Tanya’s turn to do some apprenticeship of her own. And who better to practice it on than on a cousin who sought to get ...