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was Great, Liberia seems too be on the move. new buildings going up everywhere, more room for business, the government seems too be on the right track and hopefully they stay on this track too bring Liberia in a great feature
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... entirely, we arrived in Liberia last night (20Jul) in the evening. SFC James Kanganis and MAJ Laudin from the Office of Security Cooperation met us at the airport and brought us to Precious Dennis' house. It a dark along the way, giving us a good sense of the sheer lack of electricity in even the country's capital city. ... I'm honestly coming back to this journal entry almost a week later... On Saturday the 26th. ...
... abolished. I was moved by this story. Just in Ghana, the country right abice LIberia, it was the central point of African slave trade. Ryan and I found out that it was actually the African tribal leaders themselves who were the main slave traders. I had always thought that iw as people from the U.S. who went and captured African people and brought them to the U.S. as slaves. but it was so in the part of the world where we currently live. ...
... sounds! Their cultural sounds are very very loud and nasal, almost piercing. They yell a lot of their hymns. So I am coaching them through making the rounder tones like a British person, and using dynamics of soft and loud...normally they only have one volume...double forte! Super super loud. I am taking some of the choir time to teach them how to read music...the rhythms, the staff, clefs, dynamic markings, measures; etc. They are super excited about it! So my life here ...
... it all just looks really milky.
Pour it into a bowl through a nut milk bag and squeeze the water out into the bowl until it is all squeezed out.
First batch done...
For the second batch, empty the squeezed-out coconut back into the blender and repeat the first process...this batch will be thinner milk but it will still be useful and delicious.
Ryan uses it for his morning cereal, sweetening it with honey, agave, or maple syrup.
... which is a beautiful spot on the beach where we’re staying at a surfer’s guest house. I spent this morning on the beach watching the fisherman pull in their boats and swimming in the ocean trying not to get dragged out by the huge deadly rips. This afternoon I’ll read my book in a hammock and maybe have a wander through the village to find a cold beer. This overlanding business is certainly full of its ups and downs.
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