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Kpime Falls

Bargaining With the Gods

June 15th 2009
Enter Togo, by means of the least likely looking dirt road imaginable. That there can be both a Ghanian and Togolese immigration Post at the end of this meagre country road, where the grass grows as tall as men and trees abound, seems impossible, and yet there they are. Only a few passengers produce passports and receive entry and exit stamps; the majority hand over folded notes of local currenc ... read more
Africa » Togo

Togolese Flag French Togoland became Togo in 1960. Gen. Gnassingbe EYADEMA, installed as military ruler in 1967, continued to rule well into the 21st century. Despite the facade of multiparty elections instituted in the early 1990s, the government continued to be ... ... read more
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11th May 2015

I was wondering if I could use your photo
hi. I'm currently working an child book editor at a MIRAE-N ISEUM in South Korea, and my name is chaiwuk um. I am conducting a new project concerning world flag-card for chilren. There is a flag image on the front and a photo and introduction of culture on the back. but we couldn't get the any photos about kpime falls in Tunisia. I found your blog, while searching a porper images and I was wondering if I could use your photo. The photo will be used to make a the reverse side of card. The URL I want to use is https://www.travelblog.org/Photos/4029333. I thank you in advance for your assistance in this comment and look forward to hear from you.
11th May 2015

kpime falls photo
hi, i'm happy for you to use my kpime falls photo, that is fine. it is in Togo though, not Tunisia! but you're welcome to use it if you still need it. Best wishes, Lu Barnham

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