Map of Mali - The red represents the region of Sikasso.
The Waterfalls at Woroni - Woroni is a really small Senefo village but because of the beautiful waterfalls there, Peace Corps helped to get funding to build a small campement (motel type establishment) for tourists and to help Woroni generate some income for the community. I'm planning on celebrating my first birthday in Mali here.
The Doors to the Sudan - Situated on the old road that connected Cote d'Ivoire to Mali and to the Sudan (not the country), these rock formations are called the Doors to the Sudan. They almost arc over the road and are pretty impressive.
After Sikasso I headed up to Koutiala for a couple of days to visit Andreea, Merv and Greg. Admittedly, there's not that much going on in Koutiala to take photos of. However, I will be returning and will most definitely find something to prove I was there. Koutiala is the cotton capital of Mali and it's a pretty big city with over 100,000 people. Other than waiting at the bus stop for 7 hours, I was pleased with my stay there and even more pleased with the hospitality of my friends.
Next Adventure - Jose's vacation in Mali - Stops to include Timbuktu, Gourma Elephant Reserve, Dogon Country, Mopti and Djenne. Stay tuned for more from Sara's Malian Tour.