Residence Hotel Georges Colette
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... point, I would be smelling like a bonfire anyway, so there hardly seemed any point
This campsite is pretty dire, the sand is mixed in with dirt, the showers don’t work and when they do its scarce a trickle, I filled a bucket and had a douse shower, weren’t the best but it got rid of the dust and sweat, my clothes were really dusty and filthy, they need washing twice
Everyone went to the disco last night, hardly seemed worth while ...
... and though there was no immediate pain I would really feel it the next days from complaining muscles. This time was different; the spasm of pain was immediate and intense, and I thought I saw a flash of light. I froze until I sorted out what was happening, and found I could move in some ways but not in others.
So I spent the rest of the day moving very gingerly and wincing now and again when I moved the wrong way. I wonder if this is what old age might ...
... retreating. This story was treated previously and closer to the truth, in the 1960s film “Is Paris Burning?” based on the book of the same name by Larry Collins and Dominique Lapierre, (which I discovered in my father’s library – that magical place – as a boy and devoured). This version is historical fiction, but very well-produced and acted, and well worth the time. If you don’t know the story, I recommend you watch ...
... his undercarriage. After the security checkpoint, the road opened up nicely. No traffic to speak of and a nice smooth road out into what looked to me like a tropical paradise of palm trees and verdant foliage. I asked Paul why we didn't see crowds of people along such a nice road as we did in Burundi. He said that Côte d'Ivoire is a large country that has a relatively small population. He said that we couldn't see them but there were villages not too far off ...
This morning we were to start out at 09:00 but Paul and Michel didn't arrive until nearly 10:00, unexpected delays and late starts had held them back. We headed out to La Mé in a diesel vehicle. As usual the driver stopped to buy fuel, and asked how much to put in. We discussed various amounts CFA 10000? 5000? Finally we chose 5000, since we could always put more in, But the driver conveniently misunderstood, and had 10000 put in (a little over ...