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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... a thousand people walking, some quickly some slowly, some with an atrophied leg or a club foot. A few people pushed their way along in wheel chairs, which here are often rigged with bicycle pedals that can be operated by hand in front of the occupant. Boys played soccer in dirt lots amid garbage, and millions of shreds of plastic bags, one of the banes of Africa, blowing in the wind.
We had to take a back way into the neighborhood where our church hall is ...
... and you’re courageously prepared to head to Thermopylae, the Valley of Elah or the Little Round Top and have at them. Or in my case: away with them….
So I was able to work while listening from a galaxy far, far away.
We arrived in Libreville, Gabon around 5:00 pm. The approach around Libreville is interesting because thick tropical jungle is so close to the capital city. Gabon is quite undeveloped outside of Libreville; it’s one of the ...
... family live there as caretakers in exchange for their lodging.
As we drove down the sandy street toward the house we saw that someone had sent up a makeshift barricade to prevent cars from passing. This is not legal on a public street, so the driver got out and made a passage to allow us to get to the house. Out came a local fellow who was upset that his barricade had been modified. He was a neighbor, upset that traffic makes ruts in front of his house ...
... in Mark 1:15. We discussed what that Kingdom is, where it is, when it will be, who is the king and how we learn about the different steps necessary to enter the Kingdom (much through the annual festival).
Some of those for whom this was their third session were a little disappointed not to be baptized, I heard later. I had anticipated this possibility, and told everyone that preparing for baptism wasn’t a question of putting in so much time, but ...
... out the forms, most passengers can’t be bothered yet.
At the terminal we unload and walk in. We are stopped by agents who want to see our passports. They allow us to advance to the immigration desks where more agents look at our passports and softly ask us questions through the glass. We cannot hear them, so we lean down to an opening at each question and ask them to repeat: we are coming from Douala, we are staying at the Havre de Paix Hotel, etc. We ...