We always begin our exploration with a visit to the local market. And markets in Burkina Faso will definitely not disappoint you! A lot is on display and people are eager but not super persistent to sell you something. The most interesting market section was a bit further away from the main section.
I've traveled for one year, but I'm thirsty for more. There's so much to see and do. There are more countries and cultures I want to learn about, so much more food I want to try, so many experiences I want to have. The only solution is to keep going.
The neighborhood watering hole will be your local brewery as it was in pre-prohibition times. It is my firm belief that where there are successful breweries, a lush and prolific city will reap the benefits of more jobs and revenue coming into the state. Support your local brewer, here and wherever you may travel.
With immersion and continuous practice as the goal, one of my Spanish courses met for four hours daily for a month straight. I will never forget the first day I walked into the classroom in my Costa Rican culture class and was the only American in the group of seven students and one professor, and the only female.
I hadn’t had a chance to process this until now. Three countries in 12 days – this is insane. I can’t even think clearly, and my petrifying journey of uncertainty is just now setting in. “Do you want me to pray for you?” he asked. “Please.”