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Nov 13, 2006 - Djiguibombo - Koro

El ultimo pueblo del Pais Dogon fue Djiguibombo. Ali almorzamos y el grupo se separo. Yo y una gringa nos fuimos (despues de esperar un par de horas) a Koro, en la frontera con Burkina Faso, camino a Uagadugu. Koro es un pueblo indescriptible, no tiene nada, es re-sucio y oscuro. El hostal donde estabamos solo tenia luz en el salon principal pero no en los cuartos!

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Nov 7, 2005 - From Koro to Bankass

Start: Koro End: Bankass Weather: Warm It was very warm in my tent and a little cramped due to the positioning of my tent relative to the headboard and footboard, so I awoke frequently. When I finally crawled out of the tent I discovered my room was also warm, to such an extent that a breeze fluttered the curtain in the doorway when I opened the door to the cool common room. I packed my tent and had a refreshing cool shower and washed yesterday's dust out of my hair. I then packed my bags ready to leave after the coffee that I ordered....

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Nov 6, 2005 - From BURKINA FASO to Koro, MALI

Start: BURKINA FASO End: Koro Weather: Warm In Mali, the landscape was even better, partly due to the deep colours of the late afternoon and also due to wildlife, such as camels and a variety of birds (including a few species with long tails). We made an unscheduled stop when something fell off the roof. It was my bag. Nothing I could except hope nothing had broken and I took advantage of the stoppage time to photograph roadside vegetation while they resecured the ropes. Next stop was a police checkpoint and then Immigration. My passport...

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Sep 20, 2004 - Mali, Mali, magnificent Mali

What an amazing place this is. I arrived via bus from Burkina Faso one week ago. It was in Burkina Faso that I fell in love with Africa, but Mali. . .Mali is even better! With a loose plan based on advice from my guide book, I headed to Koro, a town just across the Burkina-Mali border. I was planning to head to Dogon country. I knew I would need a guide and preferably an English speaking one. I had had a cryptic conversation with four French volunteers/tourists on my bus. I needed help translating some of the information in the paperwork at...

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