Hotel Tamana

Address: BP E 985, Bamako, Mali | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on BP E 985, Bamako, is near Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country) and Bamako Sights.
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      Bamako buddies

      A travel blog entry by robspackman on Jan 19, 2012

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      ... is to go to the coffee stand one street over, where Serou serves the best ground coffee in Bamako. In the afternoons we often go to the cyber café across the road where Issa runs a tight ship for only 40p an hour.

      On about day four we had evidently reached a certain level of intimacy with these chaps, because they started to feed us. We ate a big lunch on Tuesday, rice with fish, sweet potato, onion and a tomato sauce. We patted our ...

      DOGON COUNTRY May 2009

      A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Aug 19, 2011

      ... barren escarpment running South of Mopti almost across to Gao, and the interesting thing for travellers is the scenery, yes
      I, but primarily the inhabitants who are supposedly untouched by modern civilisation, and still live trogolodyte style in strange shaped mud huts ...

      Coming Home

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

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      ... contact.”. Well the roads full of people, flocks of children, herds of sheep, observers for every event large or small, passerbys that catch you when you fall, human contact is something Bamako has by the armfuls. And coming home I will look at clean streets and solid sidewalks and bright streetlights and I will miss so much. I will miss the bicycles transporting crates of chickens, the curtains of sneakers handing by the laces from storefronts, ...

      Going loco down in Bamako-(oh!)

      A travel blog entry by luke-jones on Feb 25, 2010


      ... Africa- I think that makes 3 or 4 markets I've been to the largest in West Africa!

      Anyway I was looking forward to this one- only to find out the President of Mali was coming to town on Tuesday and the market had been cancelled! Bloody politicians! There was a little market on the Sunday- but not the spectacle I had been hoping to witness.

      Djenne's other famous attraction is the mud mosque (the largest of its kind in the world)- however one side was covered ...

      Live Mali Music? But where...

      A travel blog entry by lenahoff on Dec 17, 2009

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      ... and were off to meet up with the local then head to the bar. Quite the experience. I definitely peed in an alley way for the first time in my life, African bathrooms, ha. At the bar there was live music and lots of drunken dancing with Phil leading the pack. The place didn’t even begin to get busy till 12:00pm and by 2:30 we were all pretty wiped so we headed back. Little did we know we were going to have quite the taxi ride home. First of all our driver needed a push to start ...