the route to Ceyea Town, Liberia

Few cars pass through the small villages along a 16 kilometer packed clay and laterite route to Ceyea Town. Four bridges in varying states of collapse present a challenge even in the dry season, becoming impassible when the rains return.

The nearly dry streams are an important social focus for village life, providing a place to do laundry, take baths, swim, and stare with innocent curiosity as a carload of strangers pass by.


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