Welcome Centre Hotels
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... that, Mr. Mickelson and I will head to the airport for our departure to the United States. Our plane leaves Lagos at 10:00 Sunday night and arrives home in Washington State approximately 24 hours later.
This will likely be my last blog post while in Africa. I will post a short update upon our safe arrival back home.
More pictures below.
... importance of keeping God's Holy Days as the Bible instructs. He too discovered the United Church of God web site online, and made contact. We were pleased with the dialogue and tone of our conversation with him. He was happy that Mr. Akinbo offered to return and conduct educational workshops in the upcoming months. It appears that a positive connection has been made, and we look forward to an open dialogue ...
... what I, as an American, am accustomed to.
Based on past experience, internet connection in these areas is sparse. I will take pictures and post updates as I am able.
Thank you for following along with us. Developments over this past week have made this a productive trip. Your continued prayers are appreciated.
Paul Moody ...
... secretly and refusing to sign joint declarations. No doubt some of them were spies. There were spies everywhere. Even the spies had spies. But the police couldn't find Indigo. Would the sister really bare her head? He was rushing to the theatre to arrange this. There was no time to spare. He stopped in a doorway to write a poem. It was his seventeenth poem in three days, almost enough for a book. The snow was starting to stop ...
... a crazy $150 a night here – Lagos has some of the most expensive hotel rates in the world).
My first problem of the day began after breakfast when I spoke with the front-desk attendant about arranging a taxi to the ABC Transport booking office in the Falomo Shopping Center. The map in my book indicates it’s only about two miles but the first taxi driver he called wanted 3,000 naira ($18.40). He called another driver and we bargained down to N 1,500 ($9.20).