Mammy Yoko Hotel
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Seeing a UN aircraft 'crashed' off the main runway an the airport when I arrived did not inspire confidence. I was also not met at Immigration as expected. However, a visa was issued based on papers I had. Through customs, and a change of 20 pounds to receive a handful of well-used strange looking notes in exchange. I fought past the offers of …
... him. Afterwards I carried him to his bed. On the way little twins Gerald and Geraldine come running after us each holding a slipper that he had left at his spot. It was so sweet.
That night after devotion the kids had study time. I went to Hawa’s room. My mom was reading and studying with Hawa and I was studying and reading with a couple of the older girls. It was fun to be able to interact and get to ...
Today we are supposed to work on our mission project of building bunk beds. But as we were told everything is on "African Time" which means it gets done when it gets done. My thought when making these bunk beds is they would order something from IKEA ship it here and we would all assemble it with the tools provided in the box. That is not the case in Africa. Pastor Daniel is a carpenter and he creates all the beds from a pile of lumber. In addition they have one ...
... shocked that I didn’t have any children of my own. (LOL). John our driver, who's in his mid twenties even got her digits. Listed on the nurses board was a women of the name “Janet Willoughby” which is my mother’s full maiden name, spelled the same way and everything. Maybe we’re related.
We then hopped in the hot boda and made our way to Margaret’s home. She lived further out of town in ...
... Oliver scraped out the coconut flesh and ate it. I did the same to my coconut, and found out that the fruit of a coconut is sweet and jello-like, depending on how ripe it is. Apparently a seasoned coconut connoisseur would have indicated a preference to the vendor of either 'hard' (unripe), 'medium' (ripe) or 'soft' (overripe).
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