Hotel Restaurant Le Quai
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... blowing in the wind. It eventually ended after about 15 minutes of Ali being slapped with local nutter being outnumbered.
Tomorrow sees us travelling North though not sure where to now. We are soon to visit a town with a thousand mosques which sounds a bit of 'mare - 'not another bloody mosque' springs to mind ( as opposed to not another bloody Dogon village Sue ��). A bientot.
... a drove the kids away, and she wasn’t too gentle when she whacked the kids, they didn’t leave me, just went a safer distance
Joe came to my tent, he said we wouldn’t be having breakfast, just pack up and go, they wanted to give us a tour of the village, Joe didn’t want a repeat of the circus that had just ensued, so we would just load up and go, have breakfast down the road
It was a long night, hot, dusty, humid, ...
... a care package: powdered milk, sugar, tea, corned beef, chocolate spread, cheese that doesn’t need refrigeration (I know, that’s not really cheese…), cookies, and soap. These are mostly luxury items for them, which they rarely if ever buy for themselves, so that makes them all the more appreciated.
We arrived at La Mé about 8:45, we interrupted the morning bath for one of the members’ granddaughter. As I took a ...
... light of the meaning of the spring festivals.
After the service I gave the members in La Mé a print copy of our French Internet magazine Discerner (To discern). It was quite captivating; it really is a very high quality publication. Soon the ladies brought out food for us: rice, couscous, carp, an onion and tomato sauce, and several other dishes. I chose to eat just some rice and the tomato and onion sauce. Daniel did the same with ...
... and found a man nearby who could make the material into a skirt for her to collect that evening.
Half the group were getting hot and bothered so decided to head back to camp. Chris, Nick, Aleefia and myself were determined to see what else Anidjan had to offer so headed to Treichville market which was famous for fabrics. We found the market and all bought some lovely materials before heading to a cafe to ...
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Rte Azuretti, Grand Bassam | Hotelfrom $24