Djibouti, on the Horn of Africa, is a mostly French- and Arabic-speaking country of dry shrublands, volcanic formations and Gulf of Aden beaches. It's home to one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world, the low-lying Lake Assal, in the Danakil Desert. The nomadic Afar people have settlements along Lake Abbe, a body of saltwater featuring chimney like mineral formations.
Djibouti City has an arid climate (Köppen: BWh). It is characterized by very hot rain less summers and a very warm, less dry winter season. Most of the annual precipitation falls between October and May. The city sees on average 163.5 millimeters (6.44 in) of rainfall per year.
Djiboutian franc is the currency of Djibouti average conversion rate
1 franc = inr 0.37
The first thing to do when shopping is to obtain Djiboutian franc. Women sit on corners downtown and hold burlap sacks on their laps. The sacks are filled with various currency: Euros, Ethiopian biir, Kenyan shillings, US dollars, and Djiboutian franc. Wind down the window, hand over the amount you would like exchanged.
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