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... the power went out and you can really notice the difference without fans blowing, but by 1 am, the power was restored and we rested more comfortably.
Till the next time, be blessed and be a blessing to others in your daily walk. Pray for us and our co-workers here in Mali, that we would be light and salt, led by the Holy Spirit to reach those who live in darkness, especially now during Ramadan when so many seek a personal relationship with God. Jayne and ...
... no there weren’t whips or chains) just stuff used in black magic, and for illness, while I was asking to take a photo, I heard an English voice say, "what do you want?"
I turned round and there was this grinning face looking at me, he said he could help
I said “ I just want to take a photo”
He gobbed off to the owner, I got my photo (well several of them
He introduced himself to me,
He was ...
... In the absence of mortgages, buildings follow a similar pattern here to elsewhere in the region. The first bit of money is saved and spent on the foundations. A couple of years down the line, the walls are built and the money runs out again. Serou has four walls but will have to wait for a year or two before he can add the door, windows or inner walls. As soon as he has saved the money to build the toilet block he will move his wife up there and ...
... right. It may be a reflection on the fact that West Africa does not for us, have the charm of the South and the East...the food is nowhere near as good, there is no real infrastructure in the towns, and things are unreasonably expensive
One thing however that is relatively ...
... amusement of their own.
Mostly Renault station wagons. Ten passengers inside with bags at rear and atop.
Visibly the chassis seems to buckle. Two in the front passenger seat, then four and four in seats bucketed for three and three.
Locked not hip to hip, rather hip to thigh to hip to thigh, the unlucky one lands up sitting in the thin metal strut beneath the least cushioned part of the seat. Moving an inch sideways means all move an inch ...