Hotel les Acacias
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... in spicy vegetable sauce on rice or couscous. They had a bottle of cabernet, which I declined since we were going to have a Bible Study after the meal. I was also served the inevitable Fanta…
Fresh pineapple and watermelon made a fine dessert, though most of us were so full by this time, that we decided to wait until later for the fruit.
As we were finishing the meal, John asked if this would be a good time for questions. When I said ...
... he had practical questions about how to best make that work. We spent about 45 minutes with him. Saying goodbye and until next time, we drove on to visit one last family in their home.
The grandmother, expecting our visit was wearing her best clothes and even some perfume (a true luxury here if there ever was one). She was amazed to learn we came from the US, and made a high pitched "yeee" sound and clapped her hands in astonishment. Her son ...
... Q400 and took our seats. The flight left on time for the hour-long flight to Lomé. We flew up into the overcast and came out on top of brilliant white clouds. The clouds thinned as we flew over Ghana toward Togo. The landing was quite hard, enough for me to feel it in my back muscles, but otherwise the flight was uneventful.
We got in line to buy entry visas, a process which went quickly and without a problem. Pierre was waiting for us in the ...
... brought out a bottle of red wine, a rare treat here, and the adults each had about half a glass. Then cans of soft drinks and beer were offered, according to individual taste. My portion of salad was large enough that I had eaten plenty by the end of the first course, though there was another: rice and a warm fish and tomato stew to ladle on top. I generally eat lightly in such circumstances, though I’m never hungry when I finish. This occasion was no ...
... tried to get me. So, I had to implement the mosquito net system again. This bed was a little smaller than the bed at the HIP in Kinshasa. I hoped that I might be able to fit the net around the mattress edges, but to no avail. I had to use my pillow and my head as a fourth "corner" to anchor the net in place. After slipping and sliding in and out of the net a few times, bringing my iPad with me then putting it away, I finally fell asleep with the light ...
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