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... vegetable a bit like a potato but not as nice.
The following morning we made our way to Conakry, the Capital. There was lots of development work and roadworks. We’ve heard that the Chinese are building roads everywhere in Africa and it was definitely the case every foreman we saw was Chinese. After the usual waving, we arrived in town at lunchtime. Camp was an interesting one, we were staying at the Catholic Mission, ...
... was knowing how I should hang on (since it is not proper for a man and woman to hold hands even, was it improper to put my arms round the waist of a complete stranger?!?). The problem was solved however when i spotted the little handle sewn into the seat -phew! :). The place we stayed was apparently an NGO set up by a dutch lady. Was really idyllic, with a cute wee stream and lots of well established trees. Jacki and I ate our pack lunch then went for a guided walk up ...
... the songs and had me come play (or more correctly hit with a special stick) this hollow log instrument!! Was a slightly awkward, but really fun few minutes. once I get the pic from my friend i will post it. the other photos were taken by Kathy, another friend.
Easter is big on the ship. Thursday there was an 'upper room' with stations of the cross, a 'garden of gethsemane' to pray in, and a footwashing station on deck 7. Friday they had a ...
... experience and I felt such a love for these people and as I quietly interceded for them before God. We were seated right in front of a hair salon and the ladies working there indicated they wanted to braid my hair, which actually am quite keen to try sometime. This past Saturday saw me bumping along the road again, this time to visit a baby rescue centre, housing 12 abandoned babies - so totally adorable! Got some ...
... know that yet!
The kittens are no longer residents of the dental clinic as of this week also. We got to the clinic on Monday and found they had become very adventurous and left presents for us everywhere so they had to go. All I know was they have a new home in a box somewhere. I didn't ask :)
The clinic has been as busy as the previous weeks. It always surprises me when we have our screening days twice a week and the same amount of people (400ish) turn up to ...
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