Le Pavillon Vert
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... on our way to Gorom-Gorom. We stopped half way to the desert in a village called Dori, where the Fulfulde people live (referenced in the Book of Negros) and saw a mosque and ate lunch. Lunches in Burkina consist of rice and sauce, a meat (which we usually can't identify) and some form of amazing fruit, banana, papaya, pineapple or watermelon for example.
In Dori, David and I happened to get separated from the group and in our adventure to find ...
... 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!
... immersing ourselves in the local culture by going to feed the sacred crocidiles with our new English friends - Sanc personne a un poulet si vous plait! resulting in some highly unsafe and morally questionable crocodile petting and an excellent video of feeding a live chicken to a crocodile.
To continue our cultural immersion we decided to visit the national museum where we got a free ...
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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 ...
... to not even question some of the daily idiosyncrasies you encounter. We had to pick up our Burkina 7 day visa’s at the border which turned out to be remarkably painless with the man who appeared to be in charge trying to persuade us to spend more than 1 week in his beautiful country.
We made it to the hotel , The Pavillon Vert, just before dark. As it is part of the backpacker circuit, the ...