Most travellers end up liking Ouaga (as locals call it). While it could just be that the city’s name rolls off the tongue in a wonderfully rhythmical African way, there’s no mistaking the fact that, for the capital of the world’s third-poorest country, Ouagadougou is surprisingly upbeat, friendly, and home to good hotels, restaurants and nightspots.
Last updated: Sep 10, 2008
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