Azalai 24 Septembro
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... dried fish or goat. Hassan took us on a couple of his treks which were named 'Indian Jones’ and ‘Wet and wild’. It did feel strangely like we were in a film as we weaved our way between vines and through cracks in the rocks. Wet and wild turned out to be a little wilder for some of us than others. As its right at the end of the rainy season here a lot of the rivers and waterfalls have ...
... at 40 years. I realized that once these trees (and the baobabs common here) reach a certain size, they cannot be removed, at least not without giant logging equipment.
We learned that the koni palms do not produce fruit until the age of 30. I didn’t know that a tree could wait so long to produce fruit. We got to see Youssouph and his nephew climb these giant palms to harvest the bunches ...
... the paperwork. All seemed well until
the boss asked for a payment, Mike queried this and was told that he
had to pay or could not go through. He replied OK I will sleep in the
vehicle on the road. He said that I had to stay there, but then took
me to another man where I had to pay road tax. Here I had to continue
my tale of having no money and so asked if I could pay in Euro. This
was allowed and I even used ...
did not have the required photos, or cash with us but the Consul
himself actually gave us his name and phone number and told us to
phone when we had everything. We then managed to find a bank and get
the money and then phoned him up about 4 pm. He told us to wait at
the embassy for him and after about 15 minutes he drove up, opened
the Consulate, filled in the visas and just took the basic cost of
the visa. ...
... exporter of cocaine to Europe and the USA. Shipments arrive from Colombia and Venezuela under the control of former military leaders and apparently the current president, so on the scale of suspicious imports, my Imodium should have been the least of their worries! 3 items left them completely baffled at the customs post: (1) Dental floss - the guard held this at a great distance while I desperately tried to explain. A demonstration was required but he only looked ...