Protea Hotel Victoria Island
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... away from home. Many of the individuals I met four years ago on the Challenger program reside in Lagos. Greeting them once again was a special treat for me.
After a break for fellowship and snacks, we assembled again for a congregational Bible reading session. The congregation is reading through the Bible in a year on an individual basis. When the schedule permits, ...
... back in Lagos around 10:30 Thursday evening, with the gridlocked traffic escorting us in. We were warmly greeted by Mrs. Akinbo and the girls. A hot meal, cold Guinness, and smiling faces welcomed us all home.
Today (Friday) has been a good day for recovering from travel, catching up on blog entries, and returning emails. We look forward to observing the upcoming Sabbath here in Lagos.
Paul Moody ...
... what I, as an American, am accustomed to.
Based on past experience, internet connection in these areas is sparse. I will take pictures and post updates as I am able.
Thank you for following along with us. Developments over this past week have made this a productive trip. Your continued prayers are appreciated.
Paul Moody ...
... a result, I can call my wife in the United States at that early hour. The call from Ghana at 4:00 AM is very cheap. A seven minute call home costs me about 30 cents. With the eight hour time difference, it is ideal for reaching the family in Washington State at 8:00PM.
At 8:00AM, Mr. Mickelson, David Meselebe, Henry Aikins and I traveled 2 hours west of Accra to fulfill a visit request.
After our meeting, I was ...
... time of the evening, so it would be better to get off before it and find a van using the western bypass route toward the airport, from where we could then find another van southbound onto Lagos Island. It’s dark when we get off the first van. We are in some chaotic night market; I’m unsure if it’s a formal motor park but there are vans loading for various destinations. Yomi finds us a van going to somewhere – the fare collector is shouting the destination into ...