Sunday, October 20, 2013
Kwanga, a Fire Truck, Harbor Views and Coiffure Training
We don't think is has much food value, but it is very filling and is eaten with most meals, cut up into pieces and served with some type of gravy - or just eaten 'on the run' with some water or Coca Cola to wash it down, as we have seen a lot of laborers do.
We couldn't see the Mercy Ship but this shows other ships. Most commodities in Pointe Noire are either shipped in or flown in, which explains why everything is very expensive.
This is a training school for hair stylists. There are many Coiffure shops, and many women who simply 'do hair' in the yards of their homes.