Hotel Belle Vie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... coffee and we began our discussions.
There were two men whom we knew already. Richard had come to the church in 1967, and has weathered all the storms since then, and keeps faith yet.
He and François were coming from another association, where they had learned the leadership was not trustworthy. Some church associations, just put a local man in charge, ordain him and send him money each month, relying on his reports with no verification, and with ...
... emigration and had my passport stamped and walked on toward the departure lounge, only to be called back to an agent, who shouted “Monsieur!”. It’s never good to be called back by an agent in Cameroon; there’s always the chance it’s going to be some sort of shakedown, but one has no choice. I walked back. It was the agent who checks the work of the other agents. Two different officials will check the same papers, the right hand watching ...
... to guarantee the reservation, we were on our way to the Memling. Mr. M had called Justin and asked that they turn around and come back for us. Thankfully, they came back and took us to the Memling. Again, the driver didn't pay the entry to the loading zone so we had to walk out to the vehicle. Off we went, back down the same clear roads with great lighting but not with the same great feeling. Although, after reflecting a while in the car I came to the place of ...
... and repetitive. I read the passages on which we base our practices. At one point I was able to include a bit of humor. One expression people commonly use here for "going to church" is “to pray.” So when they ask “where do you go to church?”, or “to what church do you belong?”, they will ask “where do you pray?” (“Tu pries où?”) So after reading Jesus’ explanations about how most of our prayers should ...
... to the other tip of the U, where we must again go through security. I realize I don’t have my watch on. I check my camera bag. It is not there. Did someone take my Seiko dive watch? I think through what happened. When could it have gone missing?
This time there is air-con in the departure lounge antechamber. We empty our pockets and put our bags through the scanner and walk through a metal detector. No problems. We put everything back into place and ...