Residence Hotel Georges Colette
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... air conditioning at full throttle, something mundane in the US but special here. As I waited, a woman wearing a golf shirt and a very foul look marched up to the counter making no effort to wait in line. She proceeded to raise her voice and speak rudely to the hotel receptionist. I couldn't help but listen since she was only a couple of feet from me. She held up two plastic bags that hotel guests place their laundry in to have it laundered in 24 hours or so. ...
... the actual baptism with Paul to help him. This was the way I started out assisting in my first baptisms and it’s a good way to learn how things work from the ministerial perspective.
We were going to the Lagoon, about 20 minutes away and we only had our sedan, and of course everyone wanted to go. So we arranged other transportation a trailer pulled by a motorcycle. For the equivalent of a dollar per adult the driver would pull ...
I was on the fire group and ended up with quite a crowd watching me make a fire (I wondered if they thought I was doing it wrong compared to them, but I had a secret trick in my pocket, cotton, I had found it along the road and put in my pocket, I used that and soon had a decent fire going (fastest fire I have ever lit, I was dead pleased with it)
Meanwhile the rest of the cook group were getting stuck in, it was going to ...
... driver told us the shorter ways were blocked by high water or damage from it, so we should take a longer, circuitous route to the very popular quarter of Abobo and then go on toward Alépé from there. Traffic moved about as slowly as I did when I first got out of bed. We drove through rain and drizzle off and on. By the time we reached La Mé it was after 11:00 am. The trip took more than twice as long as usual.
Those waiting were ...
... into Cote d’Ivoire. We waited quite a while to leave the plane (it’s a big one) and followed the line to the lower level where we first had to show our yellow Yellow Fever cards to health officials. Then we filed into another line to wait to have our passports and visas examined and stamped. This process took more than half an hour. Then we were allowed to pick up our suitcases, put them through a scanner (here you have scanners to pass ...