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So, when we first got to Liberia, he bought a canoe from a man he met at a river. He sawed it in half and brought it home. It was quite the process getting the pieces up 4 flights of stairs...our drivers were exhausted.
When we were in Houston, we were in a total holding pattern, we didn't buy things because we didn't want to have a lot of stuff to deal with as far as storage and having to lug a bunch of stuff back...(it ...
... at Lincoln’s place. His wife Bindu prepared a nice meal for us, that Lincoln expertly grilled over the coals. Bindu explaind how fearful she was for herself and her family – how she had herself quarantined for months in her compound, worrying every time the children left. Just in case we had gotten complacent, Bindu was there to remind us upon entering the compound that we should wash our hands. Early in the trip, we still needed sensitizing on proper protective ...
... get cash for us. Unbeknownst to us, Liberia operates on a cash economy. And not just cash, but mainly USD. You know, I not an Econ major, but it doesn't seem to me that policy builds their own currency very much... The Liberian dollar is used, but mostly as change. Or for small market exchanges. The LRD:USD rate is 90:1. I came with $200 and Chase came with less, so we had to get money. We also met with the guys in ...
When our friends arrived, we repeated the pledge of allegiance, offered a prayer of gratitude and enjoyed our meal together. We swapped stories about how each other's family's celebrates the 4th of July...everyone had something different. The Heszeltines do a lot of stuff with parades...either Elder Heszeltine has been in the parade, or they are taking their children to them. Ryan always was in the water he said, poolside and ...
... otherwise end up in a trash heap in someone's yard and then we are going to crochet bags out of them! I got the idea from Sister Heszeltine who is one of our awesome missionary couple sisters here. I am also going to teach them how to make tie quilts from lappa material...that is the cultural material here. Super fun! We finally got our Personal Progress books!!! Yea! So we can start on them.
Elder's Quorum - Ryan's Counselors are doing great in their callings and they ...
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Mamba Point, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $160
15th Street Sinkor, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $200
2nd Street Sinkor, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $85
UN Drive, Mamba Point, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $165
9th Street, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $125
Carey Street, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $50
75 Broad Street, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $100