Guinea, Africa

Guinea, Africa

Ladies….If you want a FREE Spray Tan, go to Guinea! Just Kidding:P Oh Well, Guinea-Africa! I have a love and hate relationship with this country. First, it’s a very green and lovely country, people are super friendly and will never asked you for gifts or money. Second, it got wild lifes! However, The road condition and the amount of dust on the road are just driving me NUTS! Everyday, I found myself covered with orange dust and it DID look like I went to a spa salon for spray tan!



Local people are so used to the dust they can even sit on the top of the truck!


And it’s so amazing to see there’s solar power energy in every town of Guinea. Even the street light are power by solar energy!

solar power in guinea

Local taxis are all Motocycles…REAL COOL ONE!!! And Guinean can make the BEST Baguette in West Africa.

taxi at guinea

But if you encounter a road like this…..


All you need is a beer-a nightclub will be sth extra:P


Or maybe a nice bath by the river:P


And there’s always another way to cross the river….like a pulley bridge!!!:P Fun Fun Fun.


Sometime you might even seen beautiful scenery like below:P

dusty road in guinea
bamboo road in guinea

How about a “nipple” mountain:P


Or having a TREE RAT for dinner?????




How can I not Love/Hate Guinea:P..cheers:P


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  1. Hahaha, funny girl! I really had a laugh reading this.
    Orange dust instead of a spraytan, nipple mountain, LOLOLOL.
    Cool that they have solar energy!
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  2. Hi Tammy! Oh, all this dust must be very annoying! But you made me so smile, you always find a positive and happy side on things! btw, hope you had a nice Xmas time dear, kisses and take care!:*

  3. Beautiful pictures and I love the idea and usage of solar energy!
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  4. Dearest Tammy,
    Great photos and the most surprising is that they are using so much solar powered energy! But the infrastructure is by far not tourist friendly. Either dusty or muddy… and they don’t seem to be bothered by it. It must be unhealthy for constantly inhaling that dust.
    Tell me what is a TREE RAT? A squirrel or what did you eat. Thought they ate lots of fish and chicken there. They have no cattle, at least not for meat as it is too expensive.
    Enjoy your ongoing adventure.

    • It’s a RAT! I saw the real thing when it’s DEAD! The local smoked the whole thing and cut them into pieces!!!! I was told they live on the tree so they are clean…………well.

  5. Just in case you reply to my question of the TREE RAT…

    • They do eat lots of fish and chicken! I had chicken with rice and fish with rice everyday. AND believe me, they have LOTS of cattle and their french baguette is the BEST out of all west african countries!!!! The “fried cattle meat” they sold on the street are SO YUMMY!!!! Local are waiting for the whole world to discover this amazing country:)

  6. Amazing pictures, it is a beautiful place. I hope that your Christmas was fabulous 🙂
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  7. omg, I just received a hamster for Christmas and I could never eat a rat, it would remind me of my little one, haha!
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