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Every time; I would heartily promise to get back to him with an appropriate time for us to meet – shame.w=300&h=295" alt="" width="300" height="295" /I have a little soft spot for Gabon (the country and not the man), for my own quirky reasons such as the fact that its culture is rich in mythology and folklore or the fact that they wear masks on some special occasions as part of this culture; or maybe it could be that this is the original home of the pygmy people (my friend calls me a pygmy due to our height differential with her at 1.8 metres and me at 1.56m. " data-medium-file=" w=300&h=202" data-large-file=" w=447" class="aligncenter size-medium wp-image-96" title="Gabon Flag" src="

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