Tenere Hotel

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


A travel blog entry by matt88345 on Dec 31, 2017

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... he won for saving the king when he was attacked three years ago. My father had passed away last year, though, when fighting the evil Emperor Groll, and the king had refused to send anymore knights to battle him: Groll was much too powerful.

There was a mattress slightly larger than mine crammed into a corner and beside it my mother's things were strewn around the floor- some quills, and empty bottle of ink and some ...


A travel blog entry by 2africa on Feb 23, 2011

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Нигер. Ниаме - столи 94;а Сплю в палат 82;е в Compatment Touristique that seems to be one large restraunt rather than a place to sleep. Майли 76;ж 91300. За день проех 72;л ...


A travel blog entry by rebekahphillips on Oct 29, 2010

2 comments, 4 photos

Greetings in Zarma, the language widely used in Niamey, are very standardized. There's a certain standard of questions you must ask when you greet someone, even just a passerby on the street. The more personally you know someone, it seems, the longer the greeting gets. These questions sound very personal to an American ear, but show an investment in the well-being of others that is refreshing. They also ...

In the Interim...

A travel blog entry by k0e0n0z on Oct 29, 2010

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... After spending two days of catching up, choosing nail polish colors, decorating for the reception, giggling, and Jess and I sharing a room like when we were little I was absorbed in the Now of the weekend. Lot of friends and family would ask me about ***** and it felt almost hard to remember that life which was less than a week in the past. The sheer loveliness of the whole day was stunning. Jessica literally glowed ...

The Importance of Names

A travel blog entry by rebekahphillips on Oct 08, 2010


... I hear the beating of the millet. I hear the rhythm. I feel the rhythm.

At the zoo, I have been given the name Halima, by the zookeepers I work with. They said they couldn't remember Labshaka ever, and that they liked the name Halima better. It took them a month to decide that I was sticking around, and that I belonged. This name is symbolic to me, as it signifies that I have truly become a part of the staff at the zoo.

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