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Destiny's African Scrapbook

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BC: By Destiny Howell


1: July 5th...Crash Site July 5th was supposed to be the date of our annual trip to Africa. Each year we take the time out to help the less fortunate,This year was different, instead of landing we crashed. I will never forget how much pain my piers were in. I had crashed in north Niger. The capital of Niger is Niamey, but I knew i was far from there because all i saw was desert! It was hot, dry, and dusty. I just know i was in the Sahel Desert.

2: Here is a picture of the flag of Niger. Niger is in the West region of Africa. | WHAT I LEARD FROM NIGER While being in Niger i learned a lot. Most of the people i encountered spoke French. About 80% of the people I saw were Muslims. The main Ethnic is Haoussa.

3: Niger has a Republic type of government. Their independence day is on August 3rd. There imports include oil, iron ore, petroleum, uranium coal, and exports from Japan and France.

4: July 10th : Off to Libya I rode a camel to Libya from Niger.I found the camel astray,maybe it came from a caravan. I traveled to Tripoli, Libya. The city has warm summers and mild winters. In July the average temperature is 84- 72 degrees Fahrenheit. December temperatures are normally around 48-64 degrees Fahrenheit.

5: Day 15th Libya Libya's government is the great socialist. Tripoli is a modern day city. Their independence day is on December 24th. While in Tripoli i saw many colleges. I saw AL Fateh University. There are about 6,310,434 people living in Libya.

6: This is a picture of the flag of Libya. | Day 25..Libya The most common ethnic group there was Berber and Arab, THe most popular religion was Sunni Muslim. About 92% of males and 72% of females are literate. Most of the people spoke Arabic, Italian,and English.

7: DAY 30..OF TO SUDAN The next place i went was Sudan.There are about 47,087,825 people living in Sudan. I got to Sudan my horseback. In the South , Sudan is very tropical ,but in the North it is desert like,

8: This is the flag of Sudan. The capital of Sudan is Khartoum. | Day 45 IN Sudan While being in Sudan I encountered the Dinka. They have one god Nhialic who speaks through spirits that posses people.. The Dika migrate according to the climate. They begin moving in May-June.

9: day 50 in Sudan The main ethnic group i saw was Black an Arab. There were to official languages. They were Arabic and English. | Sudan's main exports are oil, petroleum products, cotton, sesame, and livestock, They import thing such as manufacturing goods. There main partner is China.

10: DAY 65 in DRC I got to the DRC by bike. I was an extremely tiering journey. The DRC is a tropical and humid area.

11: Flag of the Democratic Republic of Congo | Day 70.. The People of the DRC The most common language spoken was French. Most of the people that lived there were Roman Catholics. Only about 81% of the males there were literate an 54% of woman. The total population is about 68,692,542 people.

12: The capital of The DRC is Kinshasa. When I was there it felt as if I was in NY. It was a moder day city. While being in the city i met a group of people going to Malawi. I thought why not go along, | DAY 75...Visiting Kinshasa.

13: Day 85 Arriving at Malawi. Malawi's temperature is sub-tropical. The capital of Malawi is Lilongwe. There government is a multi party democracy. There are about 14,268,711 people in Malawi .Most of these people speak Chichewa.

14: DAY 90..learning about the Chewa. The Chewa people are a traditional religious cultural group found in Malawi. The Chewa believe in one god-Chiuta-on the mountain of Kapirintiwa.

15: Day 100- My trip to Africa has been a tragic yet astonishing trip. Although I have lost most of my loved ones I have gained new knowledge, Maybe i will come back for a visit.

16: My Visit Back to Africa to be continued...

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