We exited the museum and headed of to Binta’s compound who is the local ‘Alkalo’ unfortunately she was in the fields tending to the rice. So onwards to Kunta Kinte’s descendant’s compound, we had a quick brief from the tour guide and we were shown photos by one of the descendants of the author Alex Hayley and the actor who played the boy Kunta Kinte which was taken on one of their visits to the village. The tour guide explained how Alex Hayley managed to trace his descendant Kunta Kinte back to the village of Jufferuh and by doing so he has helped put the village of Jufferuh on the map so they now have regular visitors during the tourist season and all proceeds are shared within the village. Paul had to offer a vote of thanks on behalf of the group, he is getting quite good at this. Next was the site of San Domingo which was the crumbling remains of a European trading station, and then a trip to a village compound built as it would have been in Kunta Kinte’s day thatched mud huts, unfortunately they had been damaged by the resent rain so would need rebuilding. We headed back to the hotel for lunch with an entourage of children following us, Bradley was holding hands and skipping then playing follow the leader with a couple of the children.