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not bad for a small hotel
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... it was a movies called Amazing Grace. Both of us being musicians and performers have a deep appreciation for the history of music and the origin of songs. This movie had to do with Africa, the U.S. and Britain where he grew up. So after dinner we scooped out dessert and sat down to watch.
It was such a great movie! All about a man who fought for 26 years to get international ...
... blah blah blah and they should respect my time...it's funny. The songs we are doing are 'Beautiful Savior' and 'There is No Other Name'.
What I love about the people of Liberia is that no one reads music and so they learn by listening. At first I was giving them the sheet music but they spend so much time trying to figure it out and follow along that they are not listening to me or watching me. So I just had them put the music down, close their eyes and echo after ...
... to show what I used. Here you go...
Crack the shell with the back of the knife and use a butter knife to get the meat out.
I use 2 -3 coconuts sometimes.
For me, I run all of the meat through my juicer to shred all of the coconut...it looks just like the kind you buy at the store but it is softer.
If you don't have a juicer, just use raw, unsweetened shredded coconut.
Fill the blender with about 4 cups of water and the coconut meat
Blend it ...
... pitch. We were close to the beach but with no shade or showers we all began to get a bit fed-up. In protest a few of us flagged down a passing car and asked to be taken to the nearest hotel (I think this is the closest to an Overlanding Tantrum I’ve had). An hour later I was swimming in a cool pool, drinking a large glass of Sauvignon Blanc and surfing the web…..but don’t tell anyone!
We’ve now arrived ...
... poverty) who, with Emily Guegbeh Peal, set up the Foundation for Women Liberia, a program of FFW, to assist and empower by providing training, structure and small loans. This program began late in 2006.
Now here I am again, my 7th trip to Liberia, and am both delighted and a bit overwhelmed. Delighted to see those I have come to love, disappointed to see so little change for the people and overwhelmed with meetings – most of ...