Azalai Grand Hotel
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Our level 5.1 English class has its exams today, consisting of both oral and written components. Our students have been diligent about their studies - they requested an extra review class together with us, and got themselves together for an additional self-guided review class last evening. Please pray for these students, that they ...
... of cattle to share. The people wear their best clothes, gifts are shared, family is visited, and it becomes a day of feasting. Children run throughout the community to collect candy or money from anyone they come in contact with. Yesterday, the 30th day of Ramadan, I took a morning walk in our neighborhood and saw how everyone was dressed in their finest clothes. On my way back home, I came upon a large group of several hundred Muslims in prayer that ...
... do their bidding, one bloke had to change his tee shirt, because he didn’t like it, how petty can you get
I had to take down my last 2 previous entries because of the situation here, (we haven’t seen anything, here) but it’s just a security precaution, we have to maintain a low profile while we are in Mali, but as soon as we get out of here and get the internet, I shall repost them
I went out for a meal the other night, it ...
... it’s raining and you’re going to get wet, it’s great. Moussa said that when someone arrives to an occasion accompanied by rain in Mali that is a sign of a good and healthy life. That tid bit and watching the insane amounts of lightening on our way to our new home was a great way to start our first few minutes in Mali.
Upon arriving to the house, we were greeted by an army of happy humans. And when I mean an army, there were about 15-20 ...
Into town to the museum, a lot of the
old carvings were pretty scary, almost witchcraft stuff. As well as
the statues they also had some archaeological remains, although not
many, and lots of different patterned cloth and types of cloth that
dated from the 12th century up until now. Leaving there we
went to one of the smaller markets, that said it still went on and
on. It was a bit grotty with lots of ...