Hotel Nouvelle Pergola
Travel Blogs from Abidjan
... the seminar. The subject now was church instructions and customs for the organization of our church services both weekly and for annual festivals. It was very practically and detail oriented and they were thrilled with it. It is the kind of information that they really crave, since they are really eager to be fully integrated into an in harmony with our Worldwide Association. I explained organization concerns about services, things like duration, ...
This morning I slept in a little and caught up with office work on my laptop. There were several issues concerning festival planning and a question before our Ministerial Board of Directors. I was able to talk briefly with my wife on Skype.
At lunch time I walked over to Pizzeria Bruno, a little restaurant on a street corner, where the pizzas are good, not expensive and where one can watch the people and colorful traffic of ...
... proper and I saw that the streets were full of people. Not long ago the streets were nearly empty at night due to security concerns. Passengers were dropped at the Pullman and Novotel Hotels, the more expensive ones, before the last few of us arrived at the Ibis, which has been recently redecorated and updates and looks quite nice now.
Paul Tia was waiting for me in the lobby to welcome me, and so we could discuss our plans for the next few days. He told me he and ...
... was planned for the Feast of Tabernacles. That will be a very encouraging time.
Finally, we walked back through a light rain to the paved road and shook hands with Houmarou. He has shown great courage and fortitude in many trials. I left him with some additional assistance to help him through a financial rough spot he is facing. Actually the whole country is facing a financial rough spot as is most of the continent. It would be wonderful to be able ...
... details of what happened in our previous association that led to the parting of the ways. One new young man, asks about the Sabbath-Sunday question. We also discuss how the Internet can be used effectively in Côte d’Ivoire and the relative merits of the Internet as opposed to printed literature. They love to receive the printed literature and hope we will continue with it. When I explain to them in local currency what it costs to print and ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services