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This long journey in this hot desert better be worth it
You must pay taxes to come into my kingdom!
This girl is going to the kingdom of Ghana, in West Africa to try an trade salt for gold. Along with her is her camel, and cat and her camel is very useful in helping her carry mostly anything that needs to be held. They had some what of a supply and demand, which made trading more worth it. The trading helped the Market economy, as well
You leave my kingdom, you must also pay taxes
They are entering the kingdom of Ghana bu they must pay the king taxes in order to even enter the kingdom. This is one of the main ways the kingdom keeps the econmy on the up side. They have a powerful king, who runs their government, which means it's a monarchy.
The girl is now going into the Southern forest and she will bang on drums to try and trade with the wongarians and it will be silent bardaring. The wongarians are most likley to tade with them because salt is more important that gold to them. This is because they live in a hot climate, therfore losing salt, and needing, and craving for more.
After you leave the kingdom of Ghana you must also pay taxes, no matter if you got what you wanted or got anything in trading. The traders expanded from the spread of Islam so on the trans-sarharan trade route you might see a lot more people.
Then you will travel back home, when your on the Trans-Saharan trade route you have the plus of being protected by Ghana's millitary, so bandits dont try to rob you while your on the trade route with valuables. The heavy taxing helps pay the millitary guards.
When you try and trade with the wangarians you have a process in which you must follow in order for them to trade with you. You have to bang on the drums so they can know that your there. They don't talk to you so you don't find out where their secret gold mind was. You then wait to see how much they're willing to trade to you.
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