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... a local artisan cooperative the day I arrived, peddlers have been almost non-existent (except in the City). A welcome relief from the more touristy countries. I've been dubbed "Mama Africa" by Ogo. He says it is someone who is accepting of the African way of life. I kind of like it.
Burkina Faso is a country steeped in superstition and religion - Animism is especially prevalent throughout and is fascinating. Animists believe that the spirits of ...
... millet beer and even had our own cost free music session, while admiring the skills of the musicians and the local kids dancing. It was amazing!!!! Once again the people were friendly. 'The Loney Liar' was actually right.
For New Year's eve, we headed to the Karfiguela Waterfalls. To get there was a little tricky as the only bridge was down, so we had to be taken on a detour, lead by who, but a friendly local. For our New Year's celebrations, we didn't expect ...
I was packed and ready to go right after breakfast. I told the guys at the reception desk that I'd like to check out after Na Prisca’s arrival and nobody made any problems about that.
When she arrived, she found me up the on the rooftop terrace where I was sitting at one of the tables, reading a bit and taking pictures of the Sunday morning life along the Avenue Kwame N’Krumah. This usually busy street still seemed to be half asleep, as ...
Na Prisca showed up in front of the hotel in the morning. She rode in on her family motor-bike to see me off. I was just hauling my staff out when the guy who was a kind of hotel driver offered through Na Prisca to take me to the S.T.M.B. station in his car.
„Why not?" I said. Since he was already there. He already opened his car boot for me to stow my luggage in when I asked the natural question.
„How much would it be?“
... to motos. I reached the embassy one hour early thinking that I was on time. My watch was still set on Cameroon time and it took 3 days in Ouaga for me to realize the 1 hour time difference. I entered when the embassy finally opened and asked for the visa. The person at the counter assured me same day service and quoted a fee of CFA 20,000. I submitted my documents along with the application. As soon as the officer saw that I’m Pakistani, he refused to grant me a ...