Laico Ouaga 2000 Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... long sleeves and sat around a fire in the desert. We had dinner (dinner is always a grain, often rice or couscous, with a mystery meat, sauce, plantains and fruit) and had a tea ceremony! After dinner we took bucket showers. It was quite a bonding experience showering with a couple other girls in the dark, the accidental rub ups are always awkward. Then we laid out under the stars and fell asleep.
That morning we went to the market in ...
... I'm going to have the worst time ever trying to decide which of the hundreds of photos I've taken to post on the blog!
This trip is a private trip, so my companions are my guide, Ogo (Ogomono Saye), a "Dogon Man" Djoula (as he calls himself) from Mali, and my driver, Abdullah Campaore from Ouago- plus daily local guides in the areas we have visited. One of the things I'm liking most is the lack of commercialism. Other than a visit to the city ...
... spelling) humiliation!
· Upon my return to my Guesthouse, I got involved in a disagreement with a huge Pastor who felt that he couldn’t wait one minute to wash off the blood off my left foot and the sewage slime off my right. I’m glad he was a man of God; he looked like he might smack me one if not! He threatened to "call immigration and tell them that I assaulted him". What a looney!
My bad run continued to Thursday eve; ...
... translated it for me and I got my answer:
Well, on my arrival here I had paid just 1000 CFA and then the receptionist had told me that I could have phoned them and got the transport – in this same car – for free. OK, I understood that they would pick you up and not get you wherever you needed to go on departure. At least not for free. That was even kind of common. But to charge me three times as much as ...
... to motos. I reached the embassy one hour early thinking that I was on time. My watch was still set on Cameroon time and it took 3 days in Ouaga for me to realize the 1 hour time difference. I entered when the embassy finally opened and asked for the visa. The person at the counter assured me same day service and quoted a fee of CFA 20,000. I submitted my documents along with the application. As soon as the officer saw that I’m Pakistani, he refused to grant me a ...