Le Pavillon Vert
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... the markets in Ouaga and had several near death encounters trying to cross the roads, good thing white people really stand out! On our second last day in Burkina, we had the chance to go to an artisan market which was so cool! Ten Thousand Villages buys their stuff from the market and then sells it in their stores. So we got to meet the people who made and sold what you can buy in Canada, which was really cool!
... me: I don't want the First Nations people to be speaking broken English. In fact I think it's fine for Snow Falls to speak like a modern adolescent -- but then the other two, or at least the priest, should have something to distinguish their voices.
Full disclosure: I think most novels published now are about 50% too long, and I blame editors more than authors. (If editors even exist. Sometimes you have to wonder.) I think this one is 100% ...
... can be transferred to a safer location (like where i was in Rabat). It breaks my heart how many children are here without parents. There are widows and elderly all alone and helpless. I feel completely in my element! This is everything I have ever wanted to do. I'm in the field for most of my time here so I do not have computer access daily, but please be aware i'm safe and there is no danger here. I miss you all so much! Love you all tons!
... on the ride there as I was planning to phone the people in the hotel and take them up on their promise to send a car for me when I returned. He at first said there was no need, that he wouldn't like to be a nuisance to anyone in any way. But I insisted:
„Why would you pay the taxi when you can go for free?“ I asked. „They are picking me up anyway.“
My argument won over so we waited for the car together. And ...
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So I finally made it to the place with the coolest capital city name. Unfortunately it is probably one of the shittiest capital cities on earth! It's sprawling and sparse- the major buildings are modern (1980s) faceless, slightly soviet style buildings, the layout is confusing and it all sems unfinished.
A couple of us went to the Grand Marche this morning- which wouldn't ...