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... to a very large, very tattered three-ring binder, and lifted up the last three pages (which were no longer attached to anything else in the binder). Searching through the virtually indecipherable handwritten numbers he finally started tapping the very last entry on the pages, telling me the bag was there, but probably upstairs because no one had brought it down yet. So I was to go upstairs and look.
To get back ...
... home for 3 more days! But it was good to spend time with Dayo. I got to visit with my friend Paul from Projects Abroad too. We spent one afternoon at the beach in Tema, but the waves were a little too intense for me to swim much. I’m a lake girl at heart.
I’m home now, with 2 weeks before school starts up again. As soon as I can though, I’ll be back to visit. Just making it back once makes me confident that I can make it happen again. My kids are counting on it ...
... the bus pulled in and apparently only 19 of the 26 patients showed up to be
picked up for surgery. This caused a dilemma: 21 people can fit in the bus, so if the 5
volunteers left with the patients they would have to send both the van and bus, but only for
three extra people. Realizing how uneconomical that was, they asked if three of us were willing
to stay until the next group of patients left on Thursday. Laura and I were thrilled to be ...
We have so often found that when moving about inside a country that invariably we end up sticking in a capital. Often its for visas, sometimes for transport, very rarely because we have a gripping desire to be there. However, capitals generally offer a interesting, if not always accessible view of the state of a nation. If Conakry and Bissau's powerless, grid locked and crumbling capitals emphasised the challenges facing these poor nations then the ...
... that old love is eating next to you.