Good morning from Niger! I completed my last walk about the neighborhood in Niamey — for now, at least. The markets even had a few sheep for sale, although I did not notice anyone interested in buying one. I guess after the costs of Eid, the price asked is not possible. Now the standard shops with fruit, vegetables, and roasted meats dominate the markets. Along the road are displays containing old bottles filled with greenish and brown fluids. These bottles are filled with gasoline; the darker ones have oil mixed within. Motorcycle drivers make a quick stop, pick their flavor, buy a liter, and zoom off once again. Walking back through the residential areas I greet many, many young kids. Bon Jour!