Travel Blogs from Lome
... to notice had very comfortable seats, good for my back rehab, so to speak. We had already discussed the route to take with Kofi the day before and the young men confirmed that the best way to go would be to go east to the border with Benin and then turn north. The road was bad, but not as bad as another interior road. And so, off we went on the good, blacktopped coastal road to Aného, a border crossing point about which I have many stories, having ...
... waiting for the resurrection), this was a fallen angel passing itself off as the ghost of Samuel. It was quite an interesting session, and it’s always encouraging to me to see that members are really studying the Bible and thinking about what they read.
We finally said goodbye for the evening about 9:00 and Pierre drove us back to the hotel. It was too late to have a meal, so we had a sandwich and will hit the sack soon and hope I feel a little better in the ...
... We sang a hymn and asked an opening prayer, before I made some introductory comments about our trip and passed along many greetings. Daniel then gave a half hour Bible study about the first few chapters of Matthew. I then joined him and we took questions during another hour. Some of them included:
- Does the Garden of Eden still exist? (No.)
- Where was the Garden of Eden? (The Euphrates flowed from it – Genesis 2;14), so somewhere ...
... 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 ...
... in the mountains of East Africa.
Back at the hotel after lunch I continued working all afternoon, and had a last brochette and fries for dinner. The ongoing travel started at a little before midnight when I checked out and settled my bill. The Hotel shuttle drove me to the airport only a couple of miles away and I began the departure process. In Kigali there is the annoying African experience of having to go through the same security screening twice ...
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