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Travel Blogs from Ouagadougou
... and this all under a big decorated boabab tree made from car parts. Patrick and Ezékiel performed here on a Saturday evening and really blew away the audience. The group of English volunteers I made friends with were all highly impressed and asked where they could get Patrick's CD. Thank god for my English friends by the way, it is truly a pleasure to have a fluent conversation every now and then. I tried to stay at RVCN longer than midnight, but all the experiences and ...
... And with it good french baguettes and nice french cuisine.
The plan was to have a slow day in Ouaga to let Anthon acclimitize slowly to the African way and climate. That was lucky as we had little option, as he fell ill straight off, and had to take it slow. We took a very slow morning and headed out to explore the city in the afternoon. As always, afternoons are a bad idea in this climate. And this would probably be the hottest place during the entire trip, ...
... and my basic „trčs bien, merci“ were a sufficient basis for the two of us to get along fabulously.
So I was sitting outside on a plastic chair, reading a bit and watching people a bit, all along expecting Na Prisca to come „any minute“. That any minute turned out to be about an hour and a half later. Well, this was Africa and there was no way around it. While you were there, you just had to adjust to their pace.
And when you do it at their pace, ...
... was a place where Na Prisca had met with horror my every idea of taking any pictures. Last time around I’d been there, she and the cabbie of the taxi we’d been in had strongly warned me against taking any pictures there because it was „forbidden“.
Well, if it was that forbidden, I wouldn’t have seen the pictures of it on the Net prior to my visit, I guess.
Now that I was here all by myself, as I didn’t suffer from those ...
... attire.....beautiful bright dresses and even the mens clothes were not dull blacks or browns.....as we entered the church we saw that everyone was up on their feet, moving, dancing, throwing their whole bodies into the act of worship....these guys really know how to have a good time in church! As we did the congo down to our seats we sung to the live band bashing out their african beats.....it was like going to a gig! In addition to the ...
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