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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, …
... questions. We were allowed to pass. We walked back and collected our suitcases, placed them on a large scale to make sure they were within weight limits, then continued the check-in process.
There were two policemen in khaki, rifling through suitcases and carry-on bags. Chaos was all around. Daniel was learning well. He walked slowly past the chaos, managed to escape detection and avoid the search. I attempt to follow, but just as I thought I was clear, ...
... summer camp. We all were happy to see each other. What a warm welcome! They took us to the hotel, and we all caught up a little along the way. Arrival at the Hotel Cote Sud was a bit of a surprise to me since it was on a dirt road. I'm not used to dirt road hotels. This hotel is actually a large residence that has been turned into a hotel. We sat down on an upstairs terrace and had a meeting with Guy and Pierre. It was just a brief meeting to ...
... succession. First, before entering the check-in area, all bags must go through an x-ray machine, laptops out, shoes and belts off, the whole nine yards. Then after checking in, one walks up a long stairway to the emigration desk. Here Rwanda stands head and shoulders above most neighboring countries, the process is computerized and quick. I waited outside the actually gate area (before the second security check) because there are no restrooms there. Since I had ...
... 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!
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