Radisson Blu Hotel, Bamako
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Kids pool
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... involved me (or I cared about) I asked Steve to get me a taxi back to the campsite, I didn’t want to get involved with daft arguments (the Argentinean girl, the more she drank, the louder she got, she is really annoying with her opinions, I am glad I don’t have anything to do with her and try to avoid her as much as possible, but that said I don’t get involved with many on this trip, unless I have to, it’s going to be a VERY long ...
... to get the down low on safety and security in Mali. The biggest issue of safety in Mali is driving a car/moto or getting hit by a car/moto, otherwise we’re in relatively safe place. All good things. We eat dinner every night at 8pm outside on what you could call a giant back patio.
The last week consisted of each day waking up at 8am for breakfast and then getting ready to leave for the Ciwara School at 9:30. We either take a nice, hot morning ...
Our rate of progress towards South Africa might seem slow to you, but we feel like we move along at a reasonable pace. We rarely stay more than two or three days in one place – there's just too many places to visit! But sometimes it’s beyond our control, usually when waiting for some beaurocratic machinary to turn on its rusty axle. When we arrived in Bamako and realized we would probably have to stay for six days, we felt a bit ...
It was a shame and a wrench to leave Ougadougou, but onwards we had to go, and our visas for Mali were burning a hole in our pockets after burning a biggger hole when we paid for them. We were coming to the end of our travels with Roy and Michelle, since they really wanted ...
Just ten minutes after I left the airport I was hard put to know if I had just landed on Mars. Lifeless iron rich dirt reached as far as I could see from the beaten-down Mercedes of my boss Kara, all until the abrupt apparition of life from the slanted hillside of the northern ***** River. From that moment it took me 10 seconds to realize that people really did live off less than one dollar a day, and everywhere you looked there were constant reminders. ...