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Travel Blogs from Douala
... I'm glad to say that although I have been trying to find the time and place to buy stamps since we left Cote d'Ivoire, I finally was able to buy stamps today. I even sent the postcards later, a double-whammy! I worked in my room until a little after noon when Armel arrived. Mr. M joined us for our meeting, and I carefully listened as Armel spoke in a very quiet voice in the noisy lobby. It was understandable that he should remain quiet. The topics were somewhat personal, ...
... or not.
Back on the good road we noticed more bushmeat for sale including the first one I would have been willing to taste, a large antelope, which had been killed during the night. We also saw many roadside stops selling palm oil, used for cooking. The oil is harvested from palm nuts, boiled down, rather like maple syrup, and put in yellow plastic recipients for sale. There was much of that going on along the ...
... over the menu is just a bit of a ritual since we already have the menu memorized and since they never have everything that's on the menu anyway. Today we were hit with, "Sorry, we don't have anything on the menu because the lunch today is a buffet which won't be ready until 1PM. Would you like something to drink?" Knowing that no restaurant kitchen should ever truly be devoid of food, we pushed back a bit. We asked if they had the ability to throw together a sandwich or ...
... be careful to avoid that error.
She had a very interesting question. She said I explained our position, but someone from another group would explain it differently. How can they know whom to believe, and where they should go? I suggested they consider several principles. One it to make sure doctrinal positions are clearly based on the Bible and accurate. The second principle is to consider conduct. Having a theoretical teaching that is accurate is of no use if it ...
... Ebola and I was a little concerned they might screen me out, but since I was coming from Ethiopia...
It took an hour for my suitcase to arrive; I had soaked my shirt through with sweat in the un-air-conditioned luggage area. There was a bit of comedy here too. There are two luggage carrousels in Douala, and no signage. So passengers wait until one starts moving. People sort of bet on one or the other and staked out their spot.
A carrousel started and the crowd ...