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... received us in their courtyard and offered us a glass of (bottled) water in the shade of a tarp they had strung up to provide shade. Visitors are not expected to stay long, but it’s important to be officially welcomed. We sat less than 5 minutes, drank the water and chatted; then we left to begin our round of visits with Kofi showing the way.
We went to the home of Messan and Kodzogan where we surprised their mother and an older ...
... made no difference. We drove back to the Novotel and picked up the late passenger. He said "bonjour" when we got on, but no one said “bonjour” back. You could safely say this guy rally miffed the bus (sorry...).
We finally arrived at the airport after 9:30, and the business man rushed off. We were stopped at the entry to the check in area, by uniformed guards to whom we had to prove that we were indeed going to fly. This keeps hawkers ...
... and we prepared for dinner. The men moved two tables outside in the pleasant night air, and the ladies set them, one for adults and one for the children. On a huge platter came a large salad of lettuce, avocado, and other raw vegetables covering a fish, something like a grouper, which was about 3 feet (1 m) long. Honorine scooped out generous portions of vegetables and fish onto our plates, and Anna poured a cold vinaigrette mayonnaise mixture onto them. It was delicious. ...
... In fact the owner of Hotel Cote Sud is French and does most of the cooking. After lunch, I had a shower and got settled into my room. 6PM came rather quickly. We headed to Guy's house in his car. We caught up some more. We were greeted at Guy's house by several of the brethren. It's a small group, but they are rich with warmth and hospitality. After some opening comments by Mr. Meeker and an opening prayer, I gave a Bible study on Matthew 1 and 2. ...
... to the departure, if I wished to use the restroom I would have to go through the whole screen process a third time.
One thing the Kigali airport lacks is chairs on which one can lie down. There are many chairs, but all with fixed metal arms. It is impossible to lie down. So at 1:00 am, 60 or 70 people tried to snooze either sitting up, or slouching half on the chair and half off. No one appeared to be succeeding any better than I, although a few just lied ...
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