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This morning, I woke up at about 7:45 AM and had a shower. It had been a long night. I awoke a few times with congestion and post-nasal drip accompanied by a slight headache. Yes, I do think that the mold and mildew of the Lome Ibis got to me and is causing some sinus problems. This is disappointing since I am feeling healthy otherwise. As I took my shower, I thought ahead to where I might be staying tonight, and I decided to take my time in the warm water. From what Mr. M ...
It was an early start today. I set the alarm for 5:45 AM. After a shower and a bite to eat, it was time to hit the road at 6:30 AM. Armel was there waiting, and the driver was outside. The driver's name is Jean-Jacques. Mr. Meeker asked him if his last name was Rousseau, and he got a chuckle. This was a good sign that our driver is an amiable fellow. The driver knew it was 240 km to Yaounde. After that, it would be another 110 km to Nkoteng. At first ...
... asking questions of his own. He was also of the Bassa tribe, the same as Armel, which worked in our favor, people of the same tribe tend to be more honest with each other, like one would (maybe) with extended family in other countries. Armel was excited to be able to travel with us and visit some regions of his own country for the first time, while meeting brethren new to him and visiting family.
I paid our bill and we loaded ...
... of which I should share with him…. I said “Yes I’m a pastor, that’s why I travel.” This implied less money and the possibility of divine disfavor if he misbehaved. He thought things over, while he asked me a few more questions, still holding on to my passport in a sort of show of strength. Finally, finding no easy way into my wallet, he let us go.
We pulled into Yaoundé, the capital, at 11:30, and made our way to Istanbul, ...
... fundamentalists tired of waiting for the lion and the lamb to lie down together. This also illustrates the point that although it's a frightening picture, she has fun with it. The tone is never dark.
And in a way this makes it even scarier, because I think it's realistic. The narrative is in the voices of two women who are members of a clandestine environmental-religious sect, not so very much different from the United ...