Olympe International Hotel

Sis Badala Extention, 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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... at the house for us to get there at like 12am. We were welcomed with smiles, handshakes, laughter and applause. Definitely the most welcomed I have ever felt in my entire life. Hospitality is something Mali is not short on. We changed out of our wet clothes, ate some dinner that was already prepared for us and then we started playing/singing name games to learn all of everyone’s names. Maria is the woman who has organized housing at the compound; she ...

Touch down in Africa Town

A travel blog entry by celina_tee

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... was about 60 kids of all different ages, younger than prolly seven or six. There was about 10 of us from work and we gave them little bags of juice and we spread nutella over some bread and cut it up and handed it out. You can check out all my pictures of facebook. Id like to attach them here but I think the size of the pictures are too big. Anyways, the kids were really shy at first and I went and shook all their hands as they sat down in a long row, but soon ...

Bamako, the city

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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... off getting visas. First Burkino Faso, then Togo, then *****ia. I had to get a new *****ian visa as its now likely that we wont enter *****ia before the entry date on my first visa expires. And was it a hassle getting a *****ian visa here? No. A 24 hour turnaround and 80 dollars. All that initial hassle I had to get one before I left NZ was in vain. But I did get to see Hannah so not ...

DOGON COUNTRY May 2009

A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet

... in their country of exit, and NO EXCEPTIONS even with a sweetener.
Janet cried, cajoled pleaded, and begged but the Border police were having none of it, so it was 500k back to Bamako, and the Mauritanian Embassy. We have visited 33 countries and the very last in which we ...

MALI (Les Camiones Suavages)

A travel blog entry by zeeshanv

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After another 20 hour bus ride, I reached Bamako Mali. En route, the landscape was spreads of dry, flat land ... still the Sahel but very close to the Sahara. The bus ride was a bit challenging due to the un-air conditioned bus and untreated wounds. I did get preferential treatment because of my battered state in the bus and the borders though. I met a couple of Peace Corps on the bus who were coming from Benin. Had a friendly chat and managed to amaze them with ...

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This hotel, located on Sis Badala Extention, Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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