The Sleeping Camel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... His cousin, a muscular teenager, crouched over the hot charcoal making us tea and dripping with perspiration. His aged aunt, her face folded into a hundred smiling crinkles, peeled us mangoes and dandled a snotty child on her knee. We sat in the cool of the mango tree looking out over the city below. It’s surprisingly green from above, and from a distance the filthy, stinking and polluted canal running through the centre looks like ...
... the kind of things people here make into alcohol. I draw the line at some of the food here since monkey and other bush meat is always on sale, but I am always prepared to try the local alcohol. This does not necessarily mean beer brewed at the local brewery but the stuff you have ...
... odd passing local we arrived into camp to a lovely sunset and early night. The next morning was surprisingly chili and again after taking the opportunity to snap the picturesque sunrise, I wrapped up warm on the truck until the day inevitably began to heat up. There were some nice spots we stopped at for lunch and inevitably all sought out a shady spot to grad a bite to eat.
Having now entered Mali, fortunately in the "cold" or simply "hot" season (ass opposed to very ...
... up somewhere on the ground. And once he was done with his „cleaning", his teeth sufficiently disinfected, he tossed this piece of wood away just as he had picked it up in the first place.
Almost everyone had long sleeves on, and I was in a tiny minority of those who felt comfortable at the temperature of maybe 18° or 20°C. Na Prisca wrapped her up, as well, and more than once asked if I was feeling cold. But my discomfort would come later, when the sun rose.
At first ...
... is all black or all white, so there are upsides and downsides to everything. I was the only white man in sight and as such naturally the object of everyone’s interest. And in this particular case, when they all heard I was looking for a bus company – for any bus company – which was open today and selling tickets to Ouagadougou and Mopti, it seemed that entire resident and transient population of gare routiere de Sogoniko spread all over the place to find me one. Maybe ...