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... leaf hats guiding their fish-filled pirogues off to the markets. The tour was very cool and relaxing. For those who may visit Benin one day, I recommend beginning a tour in So-Ava. Make sure to reserve a day for it, and if you don't speak French ...
You wake up under the green haze of a mosquito net that has become almost an extension of your own body; in the morning, your feet press outwards, tugging the protective layer away from the mattress, explaining those mysterious bug bites on your stomach, ...
Here are a few of the cultural differences from a worksheet that we received comparing and contrasting American and Beninese cultures: Benin- you can assume that sleepers are tired and can sleep though most noises, as they have been doing since they ...
... the Abomey city government in its infinite wisdom that travelers spin in wisdom has added a 2 dollar tourist tax. Punks. Benin, especially Abomey and Porto Novo are quite strange in the way that you often see women walking around topless - and it's not ...
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Benin's turbulent history is on display here, from its prosperous 17th century beginnings as the African Dahomey kingdom and 19th century invasion by the French to its 1960 independent Marxist regime and present-day democracy.
Established in the 1960s and Porto Novo's first museum, this charming museum contains a good collection of historical artifacts.
Graced by landscaped gardens and a statue of the first king, this square is the capital city's entryway.
Not far from the da Silva museum is this former home of King Toffa, whose personal effects are on display, including photographs and his royal carriage.