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Travel Blogs from Monrovia
... br> We had to make a couple of trips and use the bigger car to get them all. Everything has been delivered to the RESH office to be distributed to the PA's.
All of those who will be implementing the activities in the communities with the children are all Ebola survivors. There are 40 of them. I met with all of them to introduce myself and show them samples of the instruments they will be receiving in this first batch. I also went through a very brief ...
... because they know that Ebola is still around and is a real thing, so everyone is being careful...we did some elbow and fist bumps and I blew tons of kisses...but that is about all I could do. We didn't lose anyone in the branch to Ebola...one brother passed away but it was from a heart condition or something more along those lines. The members told me it was scary and very terrible...there were bodies in the streets, dead bodies...but they believe ...
... burning trash. They say smell is the most powerful of senses and so closely linked to memory. In that moment all my previous travels came rushing back, embracing me like a relative I haven’t seen in some time. It was nice to back
The first thing was to take care of Ebola business. Each passenger was handed a brochure warning about the tell tale signs of the terrifyingly obvious hemorrhagic fever disease. ...
... 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 ...
... So, even though I don't show a lot of frustration, I don't like to show any. So, my goal this next while until school gets out is to do this very thing...not show any frustration at all...even if I feel it...just keep to my classroom rules and the consequences that come with it. And...I am just continuing to keep things engaging and fun! If things are not fun, the learning cannot happen.
EBOLA - One more thing that Africa needs to worry about. It is a virus that has ...
Other places to stay in Monrovia
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