Relax Hotel

Address: 01 BP 570 rue de la Nation, Ouagadougou, 01 BP 567 , Burkina Faso | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 01 BP 570 rue de la Nation, Ouagadougou.
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        Reunie avec ma famille!

        A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Sep 27, 2015

        ... then they should keep it! None of the obligatory beating around the bush you would get in England! You can have it if you want - are you sure? - yes - no I couldn't take it it's too much - no really it's fine, take it! - oh I don't know... etc No no, here it was just, "Do you want it?" "yes" and that was that!

        We talked more, took some photos, I showed Hannah my room and then we left. I’m super happy!! ...


        A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Sep 22, 2015

        ... sports for disabled people type project, so it’s weird that they’ve been assigned to us this way round.

        Today I woke up thinking about Ghana and Burkina. Ghana is far more developed and from what the IS team leaders say it is 'NGO city’ which probably means it’s full of foreigners. In Burkina I was working for a project run by disabled Burkinabe, for disabled Burkinabe, and I though that was a wonderful thing. In Tamale I’ll be working ...

        Evacuation 2!

        A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Sep 18, 2015

        ... we went back to the rooms. We’ve heard from Achille that we’re not even going to attempt anything tomorrow, so another free day in the hotel! We’ve got cards, and Kindles (thanks Stew!) and Cedric says he’ll bring over some films for us tomorrow. It’s frustrating but we’re absolutely fine :o)

        Other African leaders have come to Burkina today to mediate, Senegalese and Benin leaders I think, wonder what will come of ...

        Repas chez William

        A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Sep 06, 2015

        ... you caught his eye he would raise his brows and show the whites of his eyes before allowing the corners of his mouth to creep up. After salad came spaghetti with fish and chicken, and after that chips, alloco, more chicken (this time smoked) with mustard and some kind of hot sauce powder.

        Part way through the meal William’s mother came out to greet us, she was a lovely, elegant woman. It’s a shame she and the rest of the family did not eat with us, though I’m ...

        Ouaga and the Sahel

        A travel blog entry by emma_wags on Oct 28, 2014

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        ... saw all kinds of food and beads and fabrics. I bought a couple bracelets there. Then we rode camels, well technically they are dromedaries... We got to see a local village and about an hour later we stopped to fix our pants/skirts that had hiked up. We returned to the desert and took showers again and ate dinner. We had a second tea ceremony and then went to bed under the stars. That morning we packed up and traversed Burkina back to Ouaga. On the ...