Hotel Brazzaville Beach
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... legion, British military and Swedish fire fighters all working on the relief and reconstruction after an amo depot explosion in Brazzaville in March. Amazing story (google it! That's for all except Andreas who now doubt will already be halfway through the story!). The devastation is apparently immense! Like a Blevie. Wouldn't have minded a rest day but keen to crack the border from ...
... Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow night. That should be fun.
On Tuesday I get the privilege of going to another orphanage to hold and love on some Congolese orphans that have been chosen for adoption by an American couple. The couple found my blog and contacted me and asked me if I could go look in on the kids and love on them and make sure they are being cared for well until the couple can arrive. ...
... a tie (in 90 degree tropical humidity), and carrying a camera bag and a 1.5 liter bottle of water, and on foot, is certain to attract some curious attention in these neighborhoods. This was in fact the case as we walked. Expats rarely walk around; they ride in large 4WD vehicles. This is Jacob's old neighborhood and he knew lots of people we passed. Intended or not I was on display in a way that would cause people to ask Jacob later who I was ...
... decent reputation locally. We’ll see how it goes.
On arrival I put my bags in the single room I reserved, and Jacob and I had lunch in the restaurant. We talked about the local situation, the trials they’ve gone through recently due to the upset in our associations, as well as their plans for the upcoming festival and for the longer-term future. I gave greetings from others who asked their best be passed along, news of how things are going in the new association, of ...
... at least to the knees, usually going almost to the ground. The tops are often very reavealing but the legs are kept modest.
-The currency here is the Congolese Franc, but the American Dollar is also widely accepted at stores here. It is roughly 1,000 francs = $1. Also, there are no coins used at all. It is all paper bills.
-Our Congolese workers here wear dress clothes ...
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