Residence Hotel Georges Colette
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... Paul what would be best to do about her house. He said you can’t really repair things like that; you have to knock the whole thing down and start over. I asked how much it would cost to rebuild such a house. He said it was the equivalent of a little over a hundred dollars. I was surprised it was so little, but then they’re mostly constructed of wooden posts, a latticework of branches, and mud. The metal roof sheets can be reused. ...
So...I was supposed to be writing this from Abengourou. I'm used to waiting a lot in Africa. But 7 hours of waiting is particularly bad. When our colleague arrived at 3pm instead of the planned 8am, I could tell he felt very badly about being so late. We simply explained that it wasn't so much the fact that he ran late as much as it was that we never knew when he was coming. Next time, he should let us know when there is going ...
... a river from a huge mosque. We had lunch at a Lebanese restaurant where they offer free Wi-Fi. Mr. M and I logged on with the help of the waitress. I got a long string of new emails, and I'm sure he did as well. I confirmed to my wife that we were making good time and that I would be able to Skype with her once in Abidjan. For the last leg of the trip, it was more sun and less fun in the sun. I kept reading and decided to listen to some music on my mobile device. ...
... driver finally returned we retraced our path to the village where the ladies served a meal they had prepared earlier. In honor of the visitors (us) they had friend some potatoes. They were cold by this time, but we ate a few to show our appreciation and we watched with interest as the men dug into the fufu and sauce, tearing out bits of the doughy lump and dipping it into the sauce, mixing it all together in their fingers, putting it in their ...
... to be no service, Paul gave a brief update to the brethren on the itinerary Mr. M and I have before us this trip. Mr. M and I both had the opportunity to make some comments and review scriptures related to the upcoming Days of Unleavened Bread. After this, we had the opportunity to hold baptism counseling. This session was one of several sessions that Mr. Meeker has held in Ivory Coast, and I was happy to learn at the end of the session that we would be baptizing a ...