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Old March 13th, 2010, 01:18 PM posted to rec.travel.africa
Bernhard Heiser
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Default Mali and Guinea

MALI, GUINEA, SENEGAL & GAMBIA - Photoreport & Travel Info

From Dakar overland to Mali, stops in Kayes, Diangounté-Kamara,
Bamako, Segou. Visit of the famous Monday-market in Djenné, four days
trekking in Dogon-Country, Timbuktu, by boat up the Niger to Mopti,
Tabaski-festival on a small island, one week through Fouta-Djalon in
Guinea, the general strike paralyzes the whole country, trek from
Mali-ville across the border to Senegal.

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