All travel in upcountry Liberia was by taxi or “money bus”. There was no schedule.
When a taxi driver got a full complement of at least 6 passengers he would leave. The Peugeot station wagon was the car of choice. The “money bus” reminded me of a milk delivery truck with the sides cut out and benches placed on the floor for passengers to sit. They hauled everything from passengers, small livestock, and produce. You would always try to ride in a taxi. Ganta, Liberia, 1968.