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... there. While in one of the villages a man offered to come to our campsite to play us some music. That night we waited and waited for him and eventually heard some music and drums in the distance. We headed out onto the street and found him set up with his band and a few kids jumping around. The people in the town clearly heard all the commotion and came to check out the music too. By the end there were about 150 people all dancing ...
... 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 „très 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, ...
... 8222;Last time you charged me one night less. I paid only for two nights and stayed three.“
They still stared at me. So I just decided that they did understand me after all. Only, they kind of regarded me the same way as I had that controller in the bus from Ouahigouya. And I struck it home with a clincher:
„So now I’d like to make up for that one night you forgot to charge me, as well.“
Now, this final sentence didn’t ...
... 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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