Guinea

Noticing Poverty in Guinea

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Noticing Poverty in Guinea

Noticing Poverty in Guinea Life in Guinea Without Money Upon arrival in Guinea’s capital city Conakry, my truck friend Jalou took me to his family home. It wasn’t so dismal; they had walls, a couch in their living room, beds in their bedrooms. We went out to meet a friend of his and passed the local market. A large, steaming rubbish tip sat beside it whilst the flavourful smoke mixed with the people and produce. Fishes gathered flies as they lay waiting to be sold on the uncleaned mats on the floor, sharing the same space as fruit...

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Guinea, the West African Temptress

Posted by on 10:00 am in Guinea, Spotlight | 10 comments

Guinea, the West African Temptress

Guinea: A Gem in Africa Getting Around Guinea “What do you mean the car isn’t full?” I asked the chauffeur in Pulaar. I was peering inside the Renault station wagon commonly known as a sept place in Senegal because it seats seven passengers plus the driver. As the dark interior shifted and human shapes became apparent, I felt a mixture of horror and admiration at the twelve people they had managed to cram inside the car. My friend and I grudgingly agreed to get in because we had no other choice unless we wanted to walk through Guinea. We...

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