Netiva in Togo, Africa
with five friendsThough we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not. - R. W. Emerson.
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|It was a great 4-day trip with a Finnish woman from Abijan, Pirita, a French man from Paris, Cidric, another French man from Togo, Sofiane, a French woman from Benin, Anais, and her mother from the French Guyene, Anne-Marie We had lots of fun seeing the the water fall and visiting Kpaline, walking its forests and mountains and visiting the artisanal center there.|
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Today Africa is home to more than 50 countries, some 1000 languages, and a rich mosaic of stories, drumbeats, and landscapes. The English language has borrowed words from many of those languages: trek, aardvark, impala, gnu, okra to name a few.
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