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March 30, 2008


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It seems as if it was built for gringos from the look of the style of architecture. What is the US interest in Niger?

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Dina I don't comment every time I come and visit your blog but I'm always amazed by your photos. Your street is so different from what we mostly see on CDP blogs. It's a real reality check every time.
Thanks for that


Nice, but it looks like they still have some work to do! Bringing in materials to build a new home is probably quite an endeavor.


I like this one very much. The intensity of the green against the sandy coloured soil is amazing.

What sort of trees are those? Very attractive.

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