Hotel Le Rabelais
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♀ Boncane (bohn-cahn),
♀ Fatoumata (fah-too-mah-tah),
♂ Gaoussou (gas-soo),
♂ Mahamadou (mah-hah-mah-doo),
♂ Moussa (mou-hah),
♂ Natio (nah-chee-oh), and
♂ Nouha (nou-hah).
Since the Eid is a three-day celebration, we expect today to be equally festive. We have prepared cookies to hand out to the children in our neighborhood, along with some tracts that we prepared containing evangelism phrases and Bible verses in both Bambara and French. However, after seeing the number of children in the street last night, it is clear we don’t have enough cookies or tracts to make a dent. So, please pray that some of the ...
... even by UK standards, anyway it turned into a long walk just to find anything, we found a dark and dingy bar, had a beer and left, then it was another long walk to find something else, we found a pizza/burger place and had to settle for that, but I never liked the place, after that we got a taxi back to the campsite and that turned into an episode, first we went in the wrong direction, then ran out of petrol, and had to fill up, he stood by the pump, fag on ...
... along with some of her kids, other family members and lots of other people that I’m not sure how they are related yet. She had rooms prepared for all of us upstairs. We have plenty of bathrooms with showers, our own kitchen, dining room and living room with a TV. It’s super swanky. Oh did I mention that each of our rooms have air conditioning? Because that’s like the coolest thing of all of the things. That night, after being wet puppies and ...
... as if there
was a seperate police force just for them. We were told off twice,
once for using the wrong lane and again for doing a u-turn in the
road even though it was clear of traffic.
Doing the usual chores in preparation
to leave tomorrow. We have enjoyed our break even if it was a mixture
of both work and rest. This afternoon we went for a stroll to the
river *****. The women were up to their thighs in water ...