Hotel Akwa Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... together between Bible questions and preparation for baptism and just talking about various things. One of the young men mentioned that he read the websites of many different church associations; he especially liked the speculation about prophecy by certain groups. When I asked if he thought that was really wise or helpful he said: “I need some strong meat.”
I asked him to think about what he’d just said: was ...
... 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, ...
... Armel had always dreamed of seeing it and I wanted Daniel to see the area as well, it might be useful as a convention site in the future.
We arrived about 11:00 and drove to the falls for a look. Armel was amazed to see the Ocean which he had never seen before. "Wow", he kept saying. That American expression has made its way into French in recent years, completing with Oh-la-la.
At the falls, guides ...
... 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 ...
... 8221; of our work was, and that would help them know where they should be. They seemed satisfied with that response.
We ended the visit at 11:00. They asked me not to leave without asking God’s blessing on them, so we put our heads together and I did so. In the US and certainly in Europe I wouldn’t normally pray on the sidewalk in view of traffic going by, but it’s not surprising or shocking in Africa, and we didn’t really have anywhere ...