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Beloved Bamako

Bamako is one of the oldest looking places I have been to. I was fortunate to live in this city for four months. I found the city to be lively and vibrant. 151 more words

La Centrale d'Achat et de Distribution (CAD) et le Restaurant Black or White Offrent un Dîner "Spécial fruits de mer" à leurs partenaires.

Le jeudi 03 avril dernier, la Centrale d’Achat et de Distribution (CAD) offre un menu garni en fruits de mer à ses partenaires au Grill Restaurant Black or White  374 more words

Mali

Sahara Desert vibes--

Please join me in sending powerful ‘ping’ vibes from the Sahara Desert to the crews searching for the lost Malaysian Airliner.  Searching the Indian Ocean for black box pings has got to be nearly as hard as searching the Sahara Desert for a music festival, which is what we are doing above.  150 more words

Africa

on leisure

may yours be effortless, and lengthy, and rejuvenating. averaging 107°F / 41°C in the city, and just a bit less in the village–I stalk leisure daily, and prefer it on ice. 8 more words

Detouring into Mali: Kayes and Bamako

Ups and downs. Wins and fails. Blacks.. and whites.

Today someone stole 5000cfa from me.

With an equivalent value of approximately $10 Canadian, this is at the same time both very little, and also quite a lot of money. 2,800 more words

Travel

on age

I wonder whether with years, decisions come easier. Either because one becomes more decisive, or because the outcome matters less.

In Sanancoro-Djitoumou commune, Mali. Photo credit to Youssouf Sidibé, Technicien Agricole, Field Agent, and clearly a decent photographer!