Nothing is now said of Zinder, although the first arrangement was from Aheer to Zinder.
No certain information can be obtained of the route from Zinder to Sakkatou, in this place.
The population of Zinder is now supplied with water from three wells, about half an hour distant from the spring, now dry.
A Tuatee, who knows Algiers well, arrived here this afternoon, and is going with us to Zinder.
He informed me, also, that there are a good number of Hazna in both Zinder and the other towns and villages of the province.
His highness still pretends he does not know where he is going—that is, whether to Zinder or Tesaoua.
In the souk to-day, it was proved beyond all doubt that the Zinder people sell themselves into foreign slavery.
He had been paid his wages at Mourzuk to go with us to Zinder, but then we expected to be only three months en route.
I was delighted with the appearance of Zinder, its picturesque situation, and its unexpected size.
At Zinder they take their evening exercise by flying in circles over the city, a hundred or two together.