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So I have now reached the half way point of my time aboard the African Mercy. The time has passed by so quickly and I have found myself pausing to reflect on the last 3 months. I am not going to lie, the transition into ship life was for me quite difficult. I arrived onboard timid and unsure of myself. It was challenging but I am proud to say that I have survived those early days aboard Africa Mercy and have come to love this place like my (temporary) home. I ...
... in tears) but it will undoubtably be played again tomorrow. Who knows we may have a future soccer star in our presence and I will be able to say "I knew him when..." "I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient of living, it's a way of looking at life through the wrong end of the telescope. Which is what I do, and that enables you to laugh at life's realities." - Dr Seuss. Until next time, Love ...
... and require regular appointments or admissions. As you can imagine, it is a big operation (sorry for the medical pun). AM was once a train ferry which transported the royal train across the ocean. Now it is a floating hospital. The lower decks, 2 and 3, were where the engine and carriages were stored during transfer but they have since been transformed to become the hospital and nurses quarters. Aboard there are over 400 people who eat, work and sleep on the ship, ...
... rape rate in the world) at Doussala, meaning, due to taking anti-biotics, Gabon is the second country on the trip I have done 'dry', the first being Mauritania (sharia law banning alcohol). We had a long wait at the Congo immigration - it was very hot & humid stuck in the back of the truck. We were straight onto a flooded dirt road, travelling at walking pace. In one village a kid had been hit by a motor-cycle - he was obviously in a bad way as ...
Haha! Forget the smooth black ribbons of Gabon and welcome to Congo! Love it and hate it all the same time... 286km of dirt road heaven and hell... Really hard riding (no back brakes - yes Combrink no winging!) An ice cold ngok at the end of the day. Loved it! People are ...
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