I am never really one for Museums, mainly because I am not allowed to take pictures.
Sandra planned the whole trip and I never paid attention to the itinerary. Our first stop in Porto-Novo was the Ethnographic Museum.
It was interesting to learn about the history of the people of Benin Republic and I got to steal some shots while the guide talked on. Entrance fee was 1000CFA, if I remeber correctly. The Museum reminds me of the National Museum, Lagos.
It was interesting to hear a totally different version of Yoruba, I could not understand jack and dude kept insisting he was speaking Yoruba. But after struggling to communicate in Cotonou, I was glad to finally hear a variation of my beloved language even though it was equally frustrating trying to figure out what was been said.