Nothing more than a collection of pictures taken while enjoying traditional Gourounsi architecture in the village of Tiébélé near the Ghanaian border. While an enjoyable experience overall, hitchhiking with a chain-smoking truck driver on unpaved ”roads” is best avoided.
Then again, good luck finding another way of getting there.
Update: I’ve gotten questions about the forked wooden things and what they’re for. They’re both ladders to reach the house’s roof and an excellent way to break your neck.