Bliss for all !

visiting fetishmen and therapists with their dead animals displayed under shelters: tail of the mongoose, heads of squirrels; skulls of monkeys; teeth of panthers, claws of lions, dried lizards, teeth of caymans, etc. That goes without say that we shall be diving into genuine black fetish practice, far away from the sphere of beliefs. In the afternoon, the village of arts shall welcome us, enabling us to other goods, completely different from those of the fetishmen, little souvenirs. Other touristic sublimities shall be at stake: olden slave house, beaches, craftsmen forge, markets, castles, etc ….

From the first day, at about 7 o’clock, under a golden sunned morning, we will be walking along the coast, beholding its sublimities. Some stops will allow to invigorate on the sandy beach, thanks to the invigorating and purifying wind that can be found under the coconut trees. As we get to Agbodrafo, we shall have the opportunity to visit the ruins of the building that has, formerly, welcomed our ancestors to prepare them for the voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, bound for the country of Uncle Sam. Other activities shall be in store for you! The next morning, once in Lomé, we shall be visiting fetishmen and therapists with their dead animals displayed under shelters: tail of the mongoose, heads of squirrels; skulls of monkeys; teeth of panthers, claws of lions, dried lizards, teeth of caymans, etc. That goes without say that we shall be diving into genuine black fetish practice, far away from the sphere of beliefs. In the afternoon, the village of arts shall welcome us, enabling us to other goods, completely different from those of the fetishmen, little souvenirs. Tanning on the beach of Lomé shall be one of the activities of the third day. Then, we shall visit the big market of Lomé, as well as the its sumptuous cathedral. In the evening, we shall be bound for Kpalimé, with stops specifically scheduled to possibly meet traditional therapists. Once at Kpalimé, we shall be sleeping in a hotel to get well prepared for the discoveries of the next day. The next day, we shall visit the château Viale, an architectural building erected in colonial times. At noon, we will have the opportunity to get an authentic African meal in a hosting family. Cooked in full compliance with African cooking art, the meals that shall be tasted shall allow to appreciate the cooking savoir-faire of Africans. Some exceptional African fruits shall be tasted for dessert for our guests. At about two o’clock, we need to bath, and the waterfall of Yikpa shall be the ideal place for the circumstance. Located at about thirty miles in the North of Kpalimé, Yikpa has everything to lure the tourists and most visitors prefer climbing that mountain to relish on its summit the natural blessing of its waterfall, a true heavenly greenish and pure paradise, hum !!! After the bathing, other discoveries shall be at stake, prior to a diner in a hotel. The next day, we shall go to Bassar to visit the blacksmiths that live there. How were arrows, spears, and knives made in ancient times? Answers shall be given by the valid arms of the community using iron. Then, we shall go back to Atakpamé to visit the Nangbéto dam, but not without beholding other such touristic sublimities as the Alédjo geological crack and its peripheral flora, without forgetting one of the most important market of the area.

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