Football Madness in Burkina Faso!!!

Football Madness in Burkina Faso!!!

[Applause] we’re starting today’s episode in the capital of Burkina Faso waka waka Doo goo an unpronounceable city with a lot of incredible structures like the waka Doo goo Cathedral it’s right here I think it starts to rain there was a rain drop the waka dugu Cathedral is not the only majestic religious building in a city a few blocks away you can find la grandma scare or the grand mosque the Holly Centre for the dominant Muslim population of Waga dugu burkina faso is a former communist country and the revolution square in the city centre reminds you of this era looks kind of communistic as a person from Slovakia I know what I’m talking about look at this building for example that is very strange we’re still not done with weird buildings Central Bank of West Africa it this futuristic strange-looking building I think that’s enough of buildings not a big fan of buildings let’s try something more interesting like eating local food the national dish of working a fossil is called tall as you can see I’ve already started it’s actually very similar to Oxfam in Togo it’s like a dough and it’s made from corn flour mixed with boiling water it has almost no taste there is a little taste in a background unlike Hawk pimiento bowls usually served with a variety of sauces this one is called gamba and it’s made out of tomato paste and some kind of plant called Gumby I have no idea what it is but it is it is delicious it is really delicious it’s very slimy and sticky he obviously eat it with hands it’s served with beef as well big sticky thumbs up for your kuzey in burkina faso sometimes the African gods decide to give the white man a gift for two months I was whining I was dreaming I was dreaming and whining at the same time about virgin mojito I know it’s impossible to find virgin mojito here in Africa especially in rural areas today I was whining too because it was extremely hot look what I found in a local supermarket thank you [Music] I want to cry I never thought this moment would come me drinking virgin mojito in Africa turn up the camera [Music] by the way we are sitting in front of a cinema here it’s called Cena bore bore kena Cena now Cena bikini oui Mon francais samalisha group voltina Faso is famous for its movie industry the biggest African movie festival called fest Paco is held here every two years so we decided to go and see a movie here it starts in three hours so before that we’re gonna rest a little bit and we will come back for the for the gem of cinematography called the secret del envelope it’s gonna be awesome not sure if it’s drama or comedy it’s gonna be awesome [Music] very very strong movie what was really interesting is that some of the actors were looking directly to the camera sometimes and the movie was interrupted by a shampoo commercial I was amazed the day wasn’t over it was time for something even more entertaining football the World Cup qualifiers were underway with burkina faso being first in its group only a few steps away from the sensational advance to the World Cup football fever struck this country despite a nil nil draw against Senegal Burkina Faso still had the possibility of advanced in its own hands a home match against Senegal would be played in Wagga dugu in three days and as it was one of the most important matches in the history of this great country we could not miss it maxi Baku bonsoir eh let’s watch some football the taxi drivers telling me it’s not a good idea to film here it looks like madness I’ll try to film something but it’s not a good idea I trust him this is way too good not to film it look at this madness [Music] whoa [Music] [Applause] [Music] I’m pretty sure we’re the only white people here I haven’t seen a white person here oh look at this Stadium Wow this is gonna be something [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Applause] [Music] no way don’t do shit I think it Holly [Applause] [Music] so Burkina scored a goal and I’m having goose bumps all over my body that was one of the most intense experiences of my life Wow incredible monotony batik my new vanity would you [Applause] Senegal just scored wanna wanna Rajamani tsukuda you at Anzio daddy’s recovery Osito Gemma I said to Jim kettles own movie so food are you excluding red card for the working Empire [Applause] it’s halftime we’re going to be as everyone else it’s gonna be tough to win this discuss anybody he’s a gear you you move aside you anything so faster thank you wanna keep it [Applause] Senegal just scorched it’s 2-1 going to be a sat evening it’s a super coupon for those people get up Russell one of the last chances of the game billion [Music] [Music] [Applause] [Applause] my grandchildren don’t die because of malaria [Applause] [Music] react ambulance somebody probably got a heart attack I wouldn’t be surprised you didn’t tell me that sit there with a glass wall [Applause] Lutie now remains first in the group after his drone day long would probably be gone [Applause] [Music] [Applause] and I won’t be able to fall asleep today I’m still shaking I love this country they’re celebrating as if they’re won the World Cup I love it I love the atmosphere here [Music] I think there is no explanation needed you’ve seen it that there was just one of the best moments of my entire life and this is why traveling to countries like Burkina Faso is so amazing Burkina Faso is still first in their group there are still two more matches to go but men if they qualify I know what team I’m gonna cheer for in the World Cup I hope you enjoyed this episode see you next time [Music]

100 thoughts on “Football Madness in Burkina Faso!!!

  1. Every time I hear the music at the beginning of these travel vlogs, it's the same feeling I got as soon as the theme song of a TV show I loved would come on during my childhood 😀 I'm glad you document and share your travels like this.. not only is it nice for us to watch, but it's awesome for yourself to be able to look back and relive some of these moments. Inspiring!

  2. How do you have 10k views? This has got to be the best travel vlog channel i've come across. It feels like i'm watching it on Netflix. Keep it up man

  3. Bro you should visit Cameroon, it has it all….Mountains, coast
    , jungle, desert as well as its fair share of corrupt policemen😉

  4. i cant find a upload skedule and i am hooked!!!! kan u PLEASE just release a couple more episodes today😂🙏. I A M I N L O V E W I T H T H I S S E R I E S . ! ! ! !

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  6. As a huge football supporter, you got me crying like a little baby for that 2-2 draw. DAMN it was so intense

  7. Wow you should another side of Africa which is never shown here on British TV. Well done on one of the best vlogs on YouTube!

  8. Being from Burkina Faso and hearing someone else saying a lot of wrong information about my country on a platform like YouTube really hurts

  9. That sauce was gumbo (okra). Huh, never seen it mixed with tomato paste. Usually looks like solid gross green. And the To was not corn, it's millet.

    Edit: really enjoyed the video, going to check out your others! Thanks for showcasing Burkina

  10. I love how the atmosphere in African football matches have such a positive vibe and how welcoming they are. They remind of the Japanese fans cleaning the stadium at the last World Cup, come to think of it Senegalese fans did the same as well. In half the football matches in Europe, the western tribal savages there are looking for any excuse to riot or fight… Sigh…

  11. Thanks Peter for this inspirational vlog. I love your real life documentary with pure experience and still just segments of your full experience.
    I traveled to a lot of places, but you make me curious for more of Africa! 👍 good job. This is a lot better than any meaningless vlog from Mr. Casey 😉

  12. Thank You for sharing this. I still have goosebumps from those goals. I've been watching a lot of African Football lately. There's just something about it. Just like your vlogs and this video in particular… there's so much LIFE!!! Merci Beaucoup!

  13. Thank you for this video…. Amazing. I am from Burkina Faso and I love my country. Incredible country

  14. Hope Burkina Faso will make it to their first World Cup soon.
    As a football fan I would so love to see a game in Africa live someday.
    Cheers from Sweden!

  15. We in Ghana call tô and gumbo. Diehuo or TZ its a delicasi from the Nothern part of Ghana. which is very close to Burkina Faso.

  16. Communism was the best thing that happened to Burkina Faso. Sadly the french government funded a coup against Thomas Sankara. He was truly a great person.

  17. It's incredible I am from Burkina Faso and i found your vlog just tipping Burkina on YT. I'm really happy to see that there are some guys somewhere in the world who take time to visit our beautiful country.
    But juuuust a liiiiitle precision with the "Tô". Tô is in french the "real" name in one of many languages spoken (mooré) is Sagbo and the sauce is Maan Koèng zindo (Dry Gombo Sauce).
    It's a really good video thank you for visiting our country. BARKA

  18. The conflict in my head when Sadio Mane scored, should I be sad for Peter who is my fav YouTuber or happy for Sadio (who plays for Liverpool, the team I love) :/

  19. You are literally one of the best travel vloger I have ever seen.
    You simply deserve millions of subscriber.Just do continue your awesome work.
    Love from India ♥️♥️♥️

  20. come to brazil and you will see something similar to this ambience when there is an important game !

  21. Burkina Faso has never been a communist country, there's no reason to say that! The most left wing part of Burkina Faso's history was helping the poors and being against western oppression.
    It's not like you can call communist everyone who was killed by the CIA…

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