Laico Ouaga 2000 Hotel
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Burkina’s music has definitely been a highlight for me. We had a great night out in Ouagadougou where we saw some traditional instruments and dancing. When we arrived at our campsite in Bobo to find a stage being set up for a reggae night we were pleasantly surprised. Sometimes the dancing looks very simple like they are just stomping their feet but the more you watch the more you see a pattern ...
... guest to more westerners, for little children I’m still very fascinating. Down the street there was group of kids was playing in the sand, one of them just walked up to the open sewer and pulled down his pants to take a ****. Most of them greeted me with bonjour and a handshake, some even with a high five, including the one who had just relieved himself. This made me think about what was all smirched on my hands, but I really didn’t care as it ...
... whichever way you went, it was not a big deal.
After a while, however, I decided I preferred sitting in front of the hotel, at a chair next to my friend, the hotel guard. He was a guy who seemed to always be there, apparently doing nothing apart from watching over the entrance gate to the hotel. He had a desk on a small platform outside, right by the entrance, where he would sometimes sit. Of course, he spoke no English. But his friendly handshake and mandatory „comment ša ...
... could find a shelter from the scorching Burkinabe sun. It was obvious that quite a few white expats shared my impression and apart from the employed staff, we were clearly in the majority around here. Of course, it inevitably entailed a few characters who were lurking around and seeking to palm off a few handicraft items on you if possible. But aside from that, this was an extremely pleasant spot. This being Africa, nobody was in a hurry and you could take all your sweet time ...
... called TZ which was CHO slop with horrible oily chicken stew.....sorry I don't mean to be rude but Ghanian food is really not the best!....We tried a different dish a few days back that was so oily, when you put your fingers in it (you eat with your hands in Ghana) and pulled them out the oily would make weird strings....I mean I've never seen anything like it!! It was the first time we have ever sent anything back...and we are not fussy, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center