Atlantis Beach Hotel
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- Free parking
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... history done with them so that the work can get done. I am so excited!
When you find your purpose, there is a passion and a flame that ignites and it is the love of God and the love and gratitude for myself and the life He has blessed me with and who He has taught me who I am that fans it.
Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me. I was once was lost but now am found, was blind but now I see.
... the little LIberian kids on the beach applauded for me...too cute! The water was refreshing and the sunshine is amazing!
Recipes! - Okay, here is the first one...
Blueberry granola - Inspired by Whole Foods, made by me!
Organic dehydrated blueberries
1 C hemp hearts
1 C chopped almonds
1 C chia seeds
1 C raw sunflower seeds
1 C maple syrup
vanilla - either from fresh vanilla beans or vanilla extract.
4 TBS Coconut oil
... ago when they all arrived so we could meet each other. They all seem pretty nice and I see them off and on. Ryan is super super busy with work, managing people in Taquerati, here in Liberia, and always communicating with others in Houston, San Ramon, and other parts of the world who are working with this project.
We have a great time with our boss Karl, our finance guy John, and his new colleague Abby. She is from the Philippines and is really sweet and fun to chat ...
... its post-war recovery, high poverty and unemployment levels and lack of basic infrastructure – so this adds greatly to the planning. There is also another dimension – one that I have been watching closely over these past years. Mass amounts of aid came into this country immediately after the war and for years. Most were direct handouts and helped to create a feeling that it would always continue. It makes things more difficult when people have ...
... an increasing level of pro-Hutu/anti-Tutsi policies. In a military coup in 1973, Habyarimana took power and there was a period of more economic prosperity and less violence but pro-Hutu discrimination continued. I990 saw the introduction of the 10 Commandments of the Bahuta which claimed things such as: any Hutus that married, hired, loaned, went into business with (etc) a Tutsi was a traitor. These commandments also claimed that all the Tutsi wanted ...