Adeel, being cool
Mobile hand-washing stations set up in nearly all restaurant, following the Ebola oubreak
Our eggs come with extra chicken goo and feathers
Goats and donkeys roam free in the city
Hashing (a running and walking group) is a great way to visit those rarely visited places in Bamako
A cute little Malian child. He was excited to see us.
He even offered his hand to Adeel for a handshake
About 45 minutes from Bamako is Le Campement, a simple but elegant "resort" in a remote neighborhood
Plastic bags and trash litter the Bamako landscape everywhere
We found a neat little marketplace close to our house. Although hygiene wasn't the best, and the vegetables have to be bleached and washed several times over.
Pirogue along the Niger River
A typical menu at a Malian Restaurant
Our local Chinese restaurant. The Chinese have really settled into Africa (where they were non-existent 10 years ago), giving us more dinner-time choices
Live chickens for sale
Dorothee and Adeel enjoying sodas after a hard walk