Hotel Pullman Abidjan
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... counseling session with one of the women attending. She had made good progress since my last visit. We read through Romans, 6, 7, and 8 which speak to the symbolism of baptism, and we also spent quite a bit of time exploring the difference between the letter and the spirit of the law (based on Matthew 5:21 on), and what that should mean for us.
I gave her some more homework for next time and she asked intently when that next ...
... hear their enjoyment as they sucked the gravy off the ends of their fingers. This was a special meal for them, too. We enjoyed a Fanta with our feast. Paul's 15 year old daughter had been sent to buy 2 Fanta for we the visitors, and she noticeably kept the change. How funny, we remarked, that teenagers around the world behave so similarly! Mr. Meeker played on this humor and extended his generosity by asking her to go back and by 8 more so all the adults could ...
... a taxi had seen us and stopped across the street. The driver reached out the window and made a palm up gesture which meant "do you want a taxi?" I stuck my head in the window and negotiated. He offered us a proper price for our course, so we climbed in and rode the short distance to the BCI bank where I changed some money into CFA francs, which we would need to pay for our hotel and for the next few days in Cōte d’Ivoire too.
... in this heat. Oh! It was hot in Togo. The Equatorial sun coming through the window caused me to jerk my arm away into the shade. We got out at the massive bank and went up some courthouse-style stairs, very wide. We entered the building passing some uninvolved or at least not hyperactive security officers. The inside of the bank was a huge galleria almost the size of a football field. The ceiling hung about six stories up, and there was a massive staircase going up to the ...
... repair shop was as we wanted anew lead making up.
The man ended up phoning his computer technician who came in, was
told what was needed and then fixed it. When asked how much we were
told it was free of charge.
Whilst this was happening Mike was also
telling them about our tale of woe with the windscreen. At this he
went and spoke to a mechanical store man and asked if he knew where
to get a windscreen. The ...