Hairdressing salon in Bujumbura, next to my hotel.
Hairdressing salon in Bujumbura.
Hairdressing salon in Bujumbura
Movement along the roads of Burundi was only allowed with the National Police escort.
Ngozi market place.
These are "taxi" drivers. For a little money they will take you anywhere within the towm.
Villagers take their crops to the province capital for trade.
Women and children carrying brushwood.
Charcoal for sale. Another reason of deforestation in Burundi.
Bags with charcoal brought to the local market.
Tiles made of local clay. Glazing owen is at the background.
Because of the massive exploitation of soil for clay excavation, such sceens of erosion are everywhere in Burundi. Not only that. Fast growing population is in need of more food. Hence, more lands are being cultivated for harvesting resulting in deforestation and soil erosion.
Seems these two guys don't read warning signs. Bicyclists often use such mode of combined transport.