Le Warang Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... that my mission really began. I walked the short distance to where the run down little huts for guest rooms were. I walked all around the locked up complex and decided it was most definitely closed. After thinking carefully about my options, I decided not to try and break in and spend the night there anyway. Instead I set off back the way I had come with the hope of reaching the next village and staying in a guesthouse there. The thing that concerned ...
... Their enthusiasm outweighs their ability at English but watching them improve has been such an inspiration, kids who are at school until 8pm every night revising, they are not only students but great friends, another of my Senegalese families, a melange of personalities and characters. We have our last lesson tomorrow as their exams start on Tuesday (please pray for them!). Today I dropped in on their revision and they asked me to pray for them. We stood in the ...
... each voice like a soloist singing to the melody of Africa.
But at the centre of it all, the people… the lovely old man from church who buys me coffee (liquid sugar in a plastic cup) as we walk home, the fruit seller who gives a handful of free bananas because I manage to splurt out something in Pulaar, the choir conductor who does a mean impression of the queen and talks to donkeys, the basketball coach who never ...
... here, which makes sense because I kind of am unqualified since I have never actually run a business or taken classes in waste management. I guess this is as much of a learning experience for me as it is for my work partners.
March is going to be a busy month so hopefully I will have a lot more to report. Take care everyone and remember a wise man once said, “life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what your gonna’ get.”
... English teacher that these kids have seen! The resources we do have: a piece of slate painted black, chalk and a piece of sponge. It has been a challenge learning to write on these boards! We do have textbooks but they are, in my opinion, flawed, so I’ve been avoiding them. One brilliant thing about both Lycee and CEM is the staff. The other teachers have been so welcoming and are so eager for us to get involved – they feel like family now! One teacher has ...