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Fabric shopping in Ghana’s busy and bustling Makola Market

One of my favourite market-related activities in Côte d’Ivoire, after people watching and trying not to alarm small children with my epic pastiness.

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    FUCK YEAH MAKOLA BUY ALL THE CLOTH
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    I hope I can visit someday! This is fantastic!
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    I loved the fabric market I went to in Senegal, African prints are truly beautiful!
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