Hotel Brazzaville Beach
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... in some countries when groups are vying for power at election time. People actually come into the city from the countryside to stir up support and sometimes trouble for their side. So, where there is no problem visiting the city at other times, it's better to stay away while they sort things out and life returns to normal. We are working on a backup plan, though, trying to make the most of the three days that we will be in Kenya waiting for our flight to ...
... side of the compound where he and his family are staying as caretakers, and we discussed the facility. The taxi driver arrived and we loaded up. On the way back to the camp we stopped at a main army base in town, not far from where I’m staying, to visit a member named Sophie who is married to an officer.
When we pulled up at the front gate a soldier stepped forward and told the driver he was too close to the gate and to back up 10 yards. Once he did this, the ...
... though the multiple performances of Peter Sellers are remarkable. I was seated next to a Chinese fellow who wore a surgical mask through the whole flight. He also rubbed sanitizer into his hands every so often. I sneezed once and he recoiled and readjusted his mask; worried about body fluids. There is some Ebola going around in rural Congo several hundred miles from Kinshasa, but some governments like Australia are telling their citizens not to go ...
... desires, a long list, with which the members here would like help: everything from a permanent church hall (we’ll probably have to rent something now that the government is requiring a permanent office), to scholarship money for children to attend school, to assistance for medical emergencies and more. I told them we’ll start with what’s most important and work our way through the list as we’re able and as appropriate.
... what he does for a living. He told us short descriptions of each of the antiques. It was quite interesting. His wife insisted that we have "un sucre" which means a soft drink. We took her up on the offer and enjoyed ice cold Fanta orange. This has become a favorite of mine in this part of the world as it is quite refreshing. After we had a nice discussion with the family, we had to say goodbye. The man surprised me by giving me one of the antiques as a gift. I was touched by ...
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