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... price, or whether the item is grown locally or imported. Yikes... all this for some veggies! At the end of our shopping visit, we had everything we needed and it was all paid for appropriately – only I have no idea how much I actually spent, because there was no way I could keep track of that in addition to each individual item and then re-convert it back to CFA, only to convert it again to US dollars. However, since the market is the most reasonable place to ...
... br> ♀ Fatoumata (fah-too-mah-tah),
♂ Gaoussou (gas-sew),
♂ Mahamadou (mah-hah-mah-doo),
♂ Moussa (mou-hah),
♂ Natio (nah-chee-oh), and
♂ Nouha (nou-hah).
Bambara language lessons are continuing for both Jim and I; I really hit a wall on Tuesday morning as evidence by my lack of recall during my tutoring session and I’m sure a large ...
They had a menu of sorts, it was mainly omelettes, chicken, steaks, fish or meat on sticks, son in between beer, people ordered a meal, it turned out they had ran out of eggs, chicken and fish, so it was limited to steaks or meat on a stick, the vegetarians never got a choice, like it or lump it, there was nothing for them
Of course I had meat on a stick again, most others went for the steaks and everything was very good
Another crate ...
... front of a crowd! Crazy. We finished the day there and I came back to camp and relaxed.
I have my own office in the health and safety department, and right now I am translating Safety Procedure Documents… I have a lot to do!!! I got a new computer and they provided me with a cell phone (which only send outgoing text messages but I cannot receive any)
So far I am still working and relaxing at the camp, I look forward to doing some more excersions soon.
... people who have had it.
People friendly in the main and no issues. You know you are in Africa though.
Tomorrow its off to Timbuktu and then Dogan Country. A river boat to Timbuktu for 3 days after a few days on the truck to the start point at Mopti. A couple of nights in Timbuktu and then a 4x4 back to Mopti and a 3 day trek to Dogan Country. But more on that when I next get ...