Tenere Hotel

Address: AVENUE DE LA LIBERTE - PROX. AGENCE ECOBANK, Niamey, 10734, Niger | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on AVENUE DE LA LIBERTE - PROX. AGENCE ECOBANK, Niamey, is near Agadez Grande Mosquee, The Old Quarter, Heinrich Barth Residence, and Tourist office.
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      A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Nov 30, 2014

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      ... symphony. My work day begins when I hear the Land Cruiser honk outside the gate of my house – two quick beeps – and then the sound of the day guard unlatching the metal gate to look out front. I am getting better at recognizing when the honking is meant for me though Car Horn is another local language that everyone here seems to speak and Dane and I don’t (yet). My reward is getting to observe the Niamey orchestra from the relative ...

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      ... I walk somewhere, anywhere, I am walking in sand. My father-in-law jokingly calls it “The Sand Trap.”

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      The Accidental Snip

      A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Nov 12, 2014

      2 comments

      ... afternoon, the plumber had run to grab another filter, and then the supplies and help to attach the filter. But he was already an hour late getting back to the house. Danielle was starting to twitch and I was thinking: What can I possibly do to pacify this woman? It is 103 degrees outside. We only have so much gin in the house. Scrabble did not go well last week (Danielle destroyed me by like, 6000 points; I pettily protested by ...

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      A travel blog entry by mrconroy3 on Nov 12, 2014

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      A travel blog entry by daneconroy on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... this, and you start to untangle the complicated barriers that limit women and girls in particular from advancing. The barriers may not always be intentional, but they are there and they must be addressed if we want to achieve justice and enhance human dignity.

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