Ibis Abidjan Marcory
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... was a patch of grass, a dubious looking pool, plenty of sand and the place had a bar, a disco and not much else, no wifi, no internet of any kind and yes you guessed it, this would be home for Christmas, it looked like there would be any Christmas messages sent out this year (or if they did, it would be well after the event)
As you can imagine, a lot of people were unhappy about it, not being able to send Christmas messages, I wish I could have ...
... areas will have a tray of Nescafé packets next to the filter coffee. That’s a rather sad statement, but there it is.
Back in the room, as we were closing our suitcases, I made a wrong movement and strained a muscle or muscles in my lower back. Three of four times in the last 15 years I’ve thrown my back out and three of those times I ended up going to a chiropractor (once in Paris of all places.) On those occasions I felt a little pop in ...
... and music and television. I watched a very interesting Franco-German film called Diplomacy, a fictionalized account of the relationship and conversations between General Dietrich von Cholitz, the German commander of the German occupation forces in Paris, and Raoul Nordling, the Swedish consul-general, in the days just before the Allies liberated Paris. The latter helped persuade the former not to proceed with a Hitler-mandated plan to destroy ...
... easier employ. Arriving at La Me, a village developed long ago by the CNRA, an agricultural research ministry of Côte d'Ivoire, we saw rows and rows of beautiful 30 ft. tall palm trees. We went down a dirt road that led to the village. In the village itself we saw an old palm oil plant that is now shut down. The offices and grounds are now used by the CNRA for research. We saw hundreds of seedlings in 3 gallon plastic pots sitting out in an open area in front ...
... bounced, and sweated our way to the center of Abidjan where we arrived after 50 minutes of traffic. I checked and found that I still had all my fillings. Paul and Michel were waiting for us in the lobby. They had been waiting for 3 hours since I hadn’t been able to contact them. My calls wouldn’t go through from Lomé and I couldn’t even get a text message to go out. They were happy to see us anyway so we chatted and caught up ...