Hotel Azur International
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After about an hour we
managed to reach a tar road, it had only taken us 3 days to get
there. We were then stopped within 5 kms at a police checkpoint. They
obviously do not use the bad roads, but at least still no attempt at
bribery. On continuing we eventually got to the town of Point Noire
and drove to the camping area we knew about at the yacht club. The
only problem we had was that they considered ...
So I have now reached the half way point of my time aboard the African Mercy. The time has passed by so quickly and I have found myself pausing to reflect on the last 3 months. I am not going to lie, the transition into ship life was for me quite difficult. I arrived onboard timid and unsure of myself. It was challenging but I am proud to say that I have survived those early days aboard Africa Mercy and have come to love this place like my (temporary) home. I ...
... in tears) but it will undoubtably be played again tomorrow. Who knows we may have a future soccer star in our presence and I will be able to say "I knew him when..." "I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient of living, it's a way of looking at life through the wrong end of the telescope. Which is what I do, and that enables you to laugh at life's realities." - Dr Seuss. Until next time, Love ...
... There is so much we take for granted in our comfortable western lives, where hardship and suffering is is just a news feed at the bottom of our tv screens. Donating blood has a immediate impact on another person life, it is life saving in its most literal sense. It is something I encourage everyone to do, wherever you may find yourself. In the Navy Nothing can send the crew of the Africa Mercy into a frenzy than a break from the routine of daily ship life. It ...
... and require regular appointments or admissions. As you can imagine, it is a big operation (sorry for the medical pun). AM was once a train ferry which transported the royal train across the ocean. Now it is a floating hospital. The lower decks, 2 and 3, were where the engine and carriages were stored during transfer but they have since been transformed to become the hospital and nurses quarters. Aboard there are over 400 people who eat, work and sleep on the ship, ...