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My home away from home in Accra is now closed, the result of bad management. I hope someone can purchase, restore and reopen this hotel.
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... but also remain on the floor (thus minimising blast/shrapnel injury) by executing my finest frog leap to a more distant part of floor.
repeating this manoeuvre 3 or 4 times I arrived at the safe haven of a turn in the corridor. here, my conscious thought began to take over again and i calmed down a bit. looking back at the room, i saw dr glover had gotten up and was going back inside to see what had occurred.
it turns out that an oxygen cannister ...
... on the vehicles. The total mileage is less than either way on
my normal Church circuit back home, but I feel at least as beaten up as at home
after driving farther and speaking twice, often with a Bible study thrown
in. There is something about the
constant bouncing of the van, the staccato beat of horns, the protesting
screech of metal from various vehicles and the way-too-loud radio combined with
the fact that I had to leave before ...
... views. Morning, afternoon and night, the views are absolutely gorgeous. If I could grasp the beauty in a photo, I would be taking pictures nonstop. The other night I saw a Cheshire Cat moon...a perfect creepy cat smile. Things about Africa I do not think I could ever get used to: - The poor accessibility to dairy products. Cheese (other than laughing cow) is expensive and is rarely used in restaurants. You can buy it in the supermarkets, but good luck refrigerating it at ISH, not ...
... Now this is a fun-loving chick and one of the most sincerely sweet people I have ever met! Plus, she has some pretty interesting dreams now that she is in Africa, which are sure to keep you entertained.
Favorite footwear: shower sandals...the girl rocks those puppies everywhere.
Most rebellious moments: not flushing toilets
Brief bio: This feisty Guatemalan chicka has the most infectious giggle you will ...
... it back home. I've only known them three days, but the connection is strong. We grew up in vastly different parts of the world, but we share the most important thing of all: our Faith and the Spirit of God.
Tomorrow morning as we are headed toward Elmina Jean-Marie Mundeli will be traveling to the airport to make his return flight to Rwanda. I wish them all safe journey's, and that God will bless and protect them till we are able to meet again.