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With the sands of our adventure time draining out quickly, we have two countries to visit and the central theme is, wait for it, 'voodoo' thus completing our three legged and rhyming travel stool of Timbuktu- Ouagadougo- Voodoo. This was not, however, the Hollywood voodoo of black magic, zombies, and curses. The more famous voodoo sites of Haiti, …
... m staying, so I decided to eat here a medium rare “steak-frites" (steak and fries) a French staple for lunch.
The afternoon was also spent working, until 6:00 pm when Guy picked me up for the evening Bible Study. Traffic was heavy and snarled and we made our way through the broken streets. Motorcycles made no pretense of obeying traffic lights; some seem to be testing fate, or may even have a death wish the way they charge through ...
... like checking if they are still alive. The patients/parents are not a pic of bother they don't complain or question anything and just lie in bed all day staring at the wall.
I have traveled along the Togo border and been to the highest waterfall in west Africa but hope to do some more touristy stuff when I leave this terrible charity next week.
African fact! Did you know that some African countries more than quarter of the population has HIV/AIDS? no, me neither!
... church)? Or the whole roast rabbit, chop suey and rice that Monsieur cuisinier made for us the night before I left?
It would be really difficult to evaluate my experiences in a blog post and I guess I won't even try. I'll just be content to say that my days working with the customer service department in the bank were great including the times when I dozed off on the stool that I was given to sit on all ...
... to walk into the market. Madame Tay safely had her handbag tucked under her arm while my backpack, which contained my laptop, my camera and the largest amount of money that I had ever carried in my life, was on my back . I was carrying so much money because Ecobank had required me to revamp my wardrobe and the businessmen and women in Grand Marché do not accept debit cards yet. As we walked by the meat and pepper sellers and the market smell changed ...
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