Michael Slattery | KF17 |Togo
A constant breeze flows across Lomé, day and night, alleviating the tropical heat. It is a near constant 30 degrees Celsius at every moment of the day; only around the middle of the day when the sun is highest does the temperature rise. At this moment, people grow languid, traffic abates, eyelids droop, and it is time for the daily nap.
Solving the ills of social inequality requires a thoughtful environment.
Alternately, the beach beckons and seats under the palms fill with all sorts: office... Continue Reading >>