Hotel Provident

9th Street, Monrovia, Liberia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by sbusby


... to conduct the choir on her own. I know she will rock it!

Teaching Music - My days are filled! I have my Kinders, and then my 1-9th graders. Each class is completely different! Planning lessons for each one might have a similar outline for some but each class has different strengths and weaknesses so I am endlessly creating new activities, manipulatives, games, lessons, tests and quizzes for each grade and even for specific students. My 8/9th grade class wants to ...

Guinea chimps and tantrums in Liberia

A travel blog entry by nickyloo


So after spending our last night in Ivory Coast camped right in front of the border post, it was a pretty easy border crossing into Guinea the next morning. Although with the Immigration opening times being slightly different on each side we had half an hour stuck in 'no man's land’. The roads deteriorated as we got further into Guinea. We had a few mechanical problems ourselves and had to tow a couple of trucks out which were broken down ...

Greetings from Monrovia

A travel blog entry by annsadventures


... cents/day and well over lived on less than $1/day. There was little to no infrastructure; a country without traversable roads, electricity, water or sanitation. The illiteracy rate was close to 70% and the unemployment rate 80%. Although roads have been build and the country is much cleaner and people are able to move about much more easily, unfortunately, the poverty is still very high and formal employment is only 15%.

I first came to Liberia in ...

The Genocide and Memorial Museum - Rwanda

A travel blog entry by annsadventures


... was shot down. The Genocide was immediate. Over the next 100 days, nearly 1,000,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutu (and many Twa) were systematically massacred in well-planned attacks by the then ruling government.

But the real story – the gift of the Rwandan people to the world is this: "The way forward is with an emphasis on education – we need to learn about the past and we need to learn from it". The museum displays may be hard to look ...

Hob -nobbing

A travel blog entry by sbusby


... just continuing to love the people around me and make friends with my local treat them as a special person and forgive them when they do cross the boundaries...there's not a lot of personal space here...but hey, it's my home right now and I love it!

Social Time: A Lebanese opera singer who is also the delegate for the Lebanese Embassy was in town last weekend and there was a reception for her at the Sky Bar where Sara and I have ...

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This hotel, located on 9th Street, Monrovia, is near The Plateau and National Museum of Abidjan.
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