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Bamako, Mali

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After a bit of rest to Kankan, Guinea, a pleasant town with a Art Deco market built by the French, and then to Bamako (some Japanese managed to get a visa for Mali at the border, but no garantie for that).
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Bamako was full of Dutch and German police on a break from Timbukto etc., going north to Mopti would not have been possible, instead i took a bus to Abidjan.

Posted by UliS 00:43 Archived in Mali

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