Ibis Abidjan Marcory
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... call from suspicious villagers complaining that unknown westerners would driving around taking photos of the village – that could mean trouble. He explained what happened to Paul and asked us to be more discreet. He told Paul again what he had told me when I was first presented to him a couple of years ago: that village life is more harmonious and peaceful when people have religious beliefs. He is a Muslim but heartily approves our work in the village, so he ...
... s side next time. I found it strange between Man and Yam that we had a long stretch of good road, followed by a long stretch of bad road, then another short stretch of good road going into the city. As we made our way through the bad parts of the road, over and over again we saw these m**************s / sinkholes but shallower where the road had collapsed. It was then that I discovered why such a nice vehicle doesn't have a good suspension. The driver only slowed ...
... This reminded me of Genesis 31:33-35, where Rachel claimed she couldn't stand before her father. Sadly some things haven’t changed much in nearly 4000 years.
Days for Girls guides volunteer groups to make kits that provide reusable, washable pads, moisture barriers that attach to underwear, plastic sacks for transport and prewashing, soap and a washcloth all in a home-sewn bag. Normally the idea is to have a visiting woman ...
... in the plastic ball. When everyone was ready, we hopped in the car and drove a few miles through the plantation to find a huge saltwater lagoon that would serve as a very memorable, beautiful place for the baptism ceremony. It's not always possible to hold baptism ceremonies in such nice places. So, I took several photos of the location and of the big group of spectators that accompanied us. We headed back to town after spending a little time enjoying the shores of ...
I won’t be going into Aberjan unless I really need to, it’s an hour’s drive away by taxi and I don’t think there is anything I need to buy, there is certainly nothing I want to see there, there may be markets, but they are pretty much all the same, people, hustle and bustle and I don’t need to buy food, I’m not on a cook group for a while ...