Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Abuja
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... winds which were rocking Kirsty a lot. The
manager has just come round with photo's of floods in Cameroun just
to cheer us up. It consists of vehicles struggling on the mud roads
and we have that to look forward to as it is the only crossing
available to us. I do not believe it, it is only 4 pm and everyone
has gone home with the exception of the two guards.
We were hoping that the work would ...
... a half later they looked beautiful only to be charcoaled again after dinner tonight. Oh well. We also had an overhead locker clean and needed to repack our lockers since Chris has put dividers in to make lockers for pairs instead of 4 which is good as it stops your stuff sliding everywhere.
Finally finished around 11 all hot and sweaty so I went for a shower to try and get vaguely clean again. After that Becky, Luk ...
... they will try to help me fix my visa (yay!) and who introduced me to everyone in the office. Then the head of programs printed out tons of reports on CLTS in Ekiti for me, and showed me to the resource center/library so I could look over the reports and get online (!!). The director came back to talk to me a bit, and asked me a lot of really good, critical questions about my research question, my objectives, and my work plan -- ...
... to give a little summary for the past week, as I don’t have enough time to catch up. I’d hoped to get on the internet when we visit the Lutheran compound -- that didn't end up working! Now, we're back in Abuja and finally getting connected and caught up.
Here is the agenda that E & W planned out for our remaining time in *****ia:
Sunday (2/7) to Waanikaade (we usually say Waanikande, but it’s incorrect in the Kukele ...
... in one particular village ran after the truck till we got to the next one before turning back. We bush camped on the road and Chris had to repair the front wheel before it got dark. This was the best driving day of the trip thus far.
Dist. cov. = 172 km
27th - Still 500km or so from Abuja, and we're still not on any good roads. I really enjoyed today's drive over the very bumpy roads. We did eventually hit tar sealed roads and could manage ...