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... This is something that I am going to be dedicating a lot of my time toward in the next couple of years just to be able to handle such a Q&A. After wrapping up the Bible study, we told everyone "a demain" or "see you tomorrow" and headed to the hotel. It was nice to think that we would be able to see most everyone three days in a row. Once back at the hotel, the LDUB was over. We decided to head to the Mercure / Sarakawa Hotel because we ...
... in boiling water, and adding (in Togo), ginger and either sugar or pineapple juice. It's very tasty and is supposed to have some positive medicinal properties too.
I contributed half a box of egg and onion matzo that I had brought along. They had never tasted anything like that and were fascinated with such unleavened bread.
After lunch the table was removed, a smaller one put in place and we started a Q&A Bible Study that ...
... enter the check-in area. Daniel Harper went to buy a write some postcards, which are not as easy to find now as they used to be. With the advent of e-mail and digital photos and social media and selfies, people don’t send postcards so much.
Finally two hours ahead of our scheduled departure time, we were allowed to check in. Then we went up the escalator – a working escalator in sub-Saharan Africa! – and had our passports stamped ...
... he dropped us off in the "depose minute" or drop-off lane. As we started to get out, he changed his tune. Mr. M went to pay him the standard fare for an airport taxi. Mr. M has done this so many times I won't attempt to guess the number. So, he knows the fare well. The driver threw out a loud argument that he had put the meter on for this trip. Mr. M reminded him that this was a standard cab fare that everyone used. The driver only got louder and more ...
... careful attention to this topic, since the Bible describes some very sobering and cataclysmic events.
There were a few follow-up questions afterwards, and Guy commented that he had never heard a study done specifically on this topic so he very much appreciated it.
We chatted for a while longer and then shook hands all around and took our leave. This will be the last meeting of everyone together on this ...
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