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... drove through the lighter Sunday traffic to his house compound where I had a pre-baptism counseling session of about an hour. I gave some "homework" and suggested we meet again tomorrow.
Guy and Pierre and I then had our work meeting. We went over finances, the ongoing process of association registration, discussed present and future needs, evaluated how the Feast went this year and how we might do ...
... crossing there more times than I can remember.
But before we reached the border we turned north and hit the bad road. It had once been blacktopped, but the holes were so large and so many, it would have been better if it were just dirt. We slalomed and swerved, bounced and braked our way to the village (of Afanyan), arriving about two hours after we left, a little before noon. We stopped at Kofi’s house where according to custom he and ...
... time to be on the shuttle at 8:30. The driver started off on time. We drove to the nearby Pullman hotel and picked up an employee. Then we drove to the also nearby Novotel. We waited several minutes until a porter brought out some suitcases and loaded them under the bus. Another minutes passed until an African businessman came out and boarded. Finally the bus pulled out. We crossed the Charles de Gaulle Bridge but instead of staying on the main road to the ...
... the principle of the thing.
We had to put our luggage through a scanner to leave the airport and as we entered the public area were happy to see Guy and Pierre waiting for us. This was a happy reunion for Daniel since he and his wife Cindy had very ably served at a youth camp we held here six years ago. This was a meeting of old friends. We embraced and shook hands, and talked as we walked out to the car. The parking lot attendant didn’t want to give ...
... summer camp. We all were happy to see each other. What a warm welcome! They took us to the hotel, and we all caught up a little along the way. Arrival at the Hotel Cote Sud was a bit of a surprise to me since it was on a dirt road. I'm not used to dirt road hotels. This hotel is actually a large residence that has been turned into a hotel. We sat down on an upstairs terrace and had a meeting with Guy and Pierre. It was just a brief meeting to ...
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