It does not seem that a Porsche Carrera GT would be the only option of getting into Togo by car. Especially Togo being a quite small country, and may I say one in poverty. Excuse me for I may be mistaken though.
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220.127.116.11 07:07, 13 January 2009 (EST)Be aware that the Immigration officers at the airport will charge double or more for a visa, although the price list is posted on the window. I was charged 20 Euros (visa price: 15 Euros) then told that was not enough. When I produced US Dollars, the Immigration officer snatched the $50 out of my hands and threw both the bills under the window. I was told to return after getting my luggage. Upon returning I was informed that I had not paid anything yet and that a visa would cost 30,000CFA (offical price: 15,000CFA). Furthermore, I was asked no less than 4 more times for money from various customs officers so they "Wouldn't have to search my bags." With a welcome like this, why would anyone want to go?
Togo may look small, but since it extends perpendicular to the coast it covers several different landscapes and has a few major ethnicities. The five regions ()that exist are a good way of dividing the country, but I feel five regions is too many for such a small country. So:
AHeneen 04:27, 27 January 2010 (EST)