Tahir Guest Palace

Address: 4 Ibrahim Rd., Kano, 700231, Nigeria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4 Ibrahim Rd., Kano, is near Obudu Cattle Ranch.
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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Kano

          Western Nigeria and the onset of Malaria

          A travel blog entry by bradmccartney on Jun 07, 2009

          4 photos

          ... and were happy to chat with us and interact with us.

          A couple of days after leaving Yankarri I start to become ill, with a fever, night sweats and general pain all over, is this the start of malaria.......The doctor on the trip says yes I have malaria, his portable blood test kit does not work properly so its off to the nearest hospital several days away in Cameroon........

          The Oldest city in West Africa

          A travel blog entry by bradmccartney on May 31, 2009

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          ... was spartan, the Emirs palace was grandiose, the mosque was packed, the market was not pumping with people and the ancient famous dye pits have been replaced with modern concrete structures. As a result I had seen all I had wanted to see by lunch time and decided to head back to the capital, Abuja, and meet up with the group who were still there awaiting visas and truck repairs.

          The drive back to Abuja was interesting for all the wrong reasons. Traffic accidents ...


          A travel blog entry by korakosa on Jan 02, 2006

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          ... like that. *****ia has about 137 million people. Of those the Hausa/Fulani combo is about 40 million people. With that kind of size, the tribes compete as political groups for control and influence over the country. The primary foil for the Hausa/Fulani mix is the Yoruba tribe but there are a bunch of others that aren't as influential alone but I suppose team up to be heard. According to CIA information, the per capita income of *****ia is about $900 per year. ...