Auberge Danaya

Address: Rue du Blabla club, no22, Bamako, Mali | Inn
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This inn, located on Rue du Blabla club, no22, Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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      The most welcomed I've ever felt.

      A travel blog entry by happy_feet on Jul 07, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

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      We’re all pretty exhausted, but the work we’re doing is really engaging and is serving a higher purpose. Tomorrow we’re meeting some famous local photographers and a photographer that used to be involved with the Peace Core to teach us the importance of photography in documenting community engagement.

      Comments, suggestions and love is always appreciated.

      Reflection and stories coming soon

      Much love and light to ...

      Bamako the city that rocks

      A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Nov 12, 2011


      ... in our group that got up - the locals made me - until 5 min before we left and then 4 others got up and danced together. The band, the drummers and dancers were terrific.

      Here for a few days getting visas to keep heading south. But before I leave Mali I'm planning to go to Dogon country and Timbuktu. Think that will be in about 7 days time - after all our visas ...

      DOGON COUNTRY May 2009

      A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Aug 19, 2011

      ... call “your fiche”, which is basically all your details including religion, mothers maiden name, fathers Christian name, passport details etcetera etbloodycetera.
      We had had 25 photocopies of these made in Namibia having been warned by other travelers but they ...

      Coming Home

      A travel blog entry by nick.iprogram on Jul 24, 2011

      13 photos

      Just ten minutes after I left the airport I was hard put to know if I had just landed on Mars. Lifeless iron rich dirt reached as far as I could see from the beaten-down Mercedes of my boss Kara, all until the abrupt apparition of life from the slanted hillside of the northern ***** River. From that moment it took me 10 seconds to realize that people really did live off less than one dollar a day, and everywhere you looked there were constant reminders. ...

      MALI (Les Camiones Suavages)

      A travel blog entry by zeeshanv on Mar 13, 2010

      2 photos

      ... F**k was my natural reaction. Next I was told that the consular was busy that day so same day service not possible. I requested her to try again and gave her my sob story. One hour later I had the visa. But was I going to use it or would my NGO be able to save me the trip to Lagos? Time would tell.

      Upon exiting the *****ian embassy, I received a phone call from my new friend who I did not expect to see again ... at least so soon. Kwame on the ...