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  • Platell is preparing for a long, hard journey through the Sahara so he can trade with Wangarian's in Wangara. Here to accompany him on his journey is his handsom camel, Seantellaniqua
  • Hi! I'm an Arab merchant from North Africa. My name is Platell. And I have a camel named Seantellaniqua.
  • *camel noise*
  • Once Platell and Seantellaniqua reached Taghaza, it is time to get salt from the one and only, the famous, the best salt miner in all of Africa, Madie.
  • Hi! I'm Madie. I'm from Taghaza and I am a salt miner. And I have a pet llama named Tony.
  • I would like some salt please, Madie.
  • After Platell received his salt, he began his long, hard travel through the Sahara Desert. Water was scarce and Platell was often hungry a lot. He survived the hard journey through the Trans-Saharan Trade Route thanks to his trusty camel, Seantellaniqua.
  • After the long journey though the Sahara, Platell and Seantellaniqua finally reached Ghana, one step closer to Wangara. But now that they have arrived in Ghana, it it time to pay taxes. Currently, the government and economy of Ghana is stable because traders who enter have to pay taxes.
  • Hi! I am the King Of Ghana. Please pay your taxes.
  • Platell and Seantellaniqua finally arrived in Wangara and it was time to trade. Trading with the people of Wangara was hard because the trading was silent, in fear that the traders would find out the Wangarian's secrets. Platell put down his offer of salt and beat the drum. He walked far away and waited for the sound of the drum. Once the Wangarian placed their offer of gold, they beat the drum and went back to their place. Platell returned to accept or deny the trade.
  • I accept this trade!
  • Platell and Seantellaniqua collected the gold and began their jouryney home to North Africa. During the journey home, Platell thought about his next trip on the Trans-Saharan Trade Routes and Wangara. He also thought about what he might do with his gold and how he can use it to make Africa's government and economy even stronger. And, after that, they all lived happily ever after, the end!
  • Goodbye friends! I know my contributions to Africa, like trading and paying taxes, will make the government and economy stronger. My contributions will help pay for things to make Africa an even better place!
  • *camel noise*
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