On the Move, Ghana.

A tro tro is a general term for any public transportation vehicle other than a bus or taxi that is designed to carry many people. Pronounced tro tro, it’s named after the three pence that was initially charged per trip.  Like other mass transport around East and West Africa, tros tros have a driver and conductor who collects fares and performs other administration like telling the driver when to  stop. This is usually done by tapping the tros tros with a coin.


About leratomogoatlhe

I fell in love with traveling Africa on a four day trip to Accra in 2006. I started my journeys around the continent in 2008, when I went to Senegal, and around West Africa to launch my dream of knowing Africa through all my senses. I have been to 24 countries (and counting) over five years of stopping everything in my life to focus on one phenomenal continent. #AfricaRocks.
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