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... for her, which I was happy to do.
We drove back out to the front gate where the same guard returned the ID card and grumbled that I had probably been secretly shooting video of his base. I don’t usually do what normal tourists do in country, so occasionally people wonder about me. A hotel manager mistook me for a for a mafia drug runner in the Seychelles (lots of phone calls, no beach time). Here I was a suspected spy. The name is Bond…. We laughed as ...
... of the plane, I was the first passenger to reach an immigration counter. This was a small victory in a kind of game I play mentally. My wife is often amused and occasionally frustrated, because by temperament I tend to think in terms of contingencies and I naturally try to plan several steps ahead. If A happens I’ll do B. And if I do B then that might allow me to do C, and so on. So if, without cutting in front of someone or otherwise ...
... He was also available for other menial tasks…. All this for the low, low price of $80 a day plus diesel!
We first drove to the house of a woman married to a soldier, so we had to enter the military base, which was no trouble at all. The guard at the gate just let us pass without even checking ID or anything. They must not be worried about any imminent threats. With all the uniforms around though I decided I wouldn’t overtly take photos ...
... Cruisers or Prados with the stark black letters UN painted on the side. One sees many UN personnel staying at the best hotels in town, where I stayed when I first came to Kinshasa because they were the only really safe places to stay. A few times I’ve been accused of living "lavishly" when I travel. I have stayed in some expensive (overpriced) hotels at times – in Kinshasa especially – because less-expensive and truly safe ...
... He has a wife, five daughters, and a son. He said that his two oldest girls are doing well in school but that the fees are high. We continued on after saying goodbye to Simon and his family. Our next stop was Kenya Airways office in the old colonial part of Kinshasa near the Memling Hotel. We stopped there because there had been no sign of Mr. Meeker's bag being returned anytime soon. He said that the number they gave him was out of service or just simply a cell phone that ...