Idyllic village in the Niari province of Congo-Brazzaville. On the edge of the jungle, it is the home to many wonders, including Sirens (also known as Mammi-watas) (sculptures of which are available from an eccentric young man named Claude), 300 foot tall trees, and the most comfortable chairs ever owned by a Peace Corps Volunteer.
The best place to stone wash new jeans and buy three meter thick logs.
Dirt roads, predictable weather, and forestry management programs greet you when you arrive.

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