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Toketemu November 28th

We Found Rice And Stew For the First Time In 60 Days

Rice is a staple in West Africa. Beyond Jollof rice, West Africans consume rice in as many forms as we can. Plain old white rice with sauce or stew, fried rice not to be mistaken with fry rice which is a whole other thing, tuwo and masa, the list is endless. We’ve talked a lot […]
Fuad November 25th

Another Day, Another 200km Of Dust

On leaving Kayes for Bamako, Mali: The first thing I remember after getting into the Black was getting to the ferry. Kayode says while I slept, the road had some of the most beautiful views and rock formations. Views are sweet, but sleep, on days like this, is sweeter. Our ferry carried two Hilux trucks, […]
Toketemu November 24th

The Road To Bamako Is Really Long

Every time we’ve spent more than a day trying to get to a new city or country, we’ve been caught unaware. We’d plan to spend a couple of hours on the road and end up spending days. Like with Liberia and Guinea Bissau. But with Mali, we knew right off the bat that getting to […]

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