Bujumbura Covered Market – Part 2 (2011)   Leave a comment

Here is the outside of the Market as we approach the entrance.  If you look carefully you can see Bill’s head in the distance (Hearing interpreter, USA).  If you have great eyesight you can pick out Julia (Deaf USA).

Here is the entrance with Chirapa (Deaf Thailand) taking a picture.

Tarja (Deaf Finland) signals everyone to catch up so we can enter as a group.

Here is the entrance.  Can you find it?

You are correct.  It is on the right side.  If you have problems with claustrophobia you may want to stay outside.  I can see the heads of five of the consultants in training and the interpreter in the next picture.  Can you?

Anil (India), Chirapa (Thailand), Luka (Kenya), Bill (USA), Julia (USA) and Tarja (Finland) – from closest to most distant.

In the next picture we are at a wider spot in the middle of the market and can see the exit.  Again I see five of the consultants in training, but not the same five.

Anil (India), Aris (Colombia), Julia (USA), Luka (Kenya) and Tarja (Finland) from closest to most distant.  Again Tarja is the easiest one to find.

Here is the view after we exited.  In the middle distance is my favourite tree in Burundi.  One of these trees was right across from our Hotel.  I call the tree a Flame Tree for its bright red flowers.  It may be the same as the Royal Poinciana (Delonix regia) but I am not an expert.  I see it in many tropical locations around the world.


Posted 18 December 2011 by prpttccnsltnt in Burundi, Burundi 2011

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