There is no doubt on my mind that Sierra Leoneans love to live and enjoy life. This country has so much history. From the war that took place approx 17 years ago to the Ebola crisis. I was shock to hear a local say that the Ebola crisis was more devastating than the war.
My heart bleeds for the people here. I don’t know where they get their resilience from after so many set backs.
My host was keen to show me how they dance their stress and worries away.
So we hit the night Club 232!
Apparently, this venue has only been opened a few month. It’s located along the beach front at Lumley.
We managed to pull some strings, jumped some queues and landed in the VIP area.
The DJ played a great selection of music. I heard lots of Nigerian music so I felt right at home 😊.
We danced till our feet couldn’t anymore. I loved this experience, however if there is one thing I could change…. it would be for there to be no smoking in the club 😥.
I am wearing the following
Velvet dress- River Island
Black Shoes – Primark
Handbag – Tory Birch
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