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... quite impressive, reflecting on the incredible creative mind God has given man and that, one day soon, will be put to work on some incredibly positive and outstanding projects and achievements. Let’s be positive. That tohu and bohu soon will be a thing of the past. And thank God a new, new world is coming!
When landing shortly after noon today in Mauritius, we were greeted by a splendid weather and a gorgeous view of the volcanoes and countryside. ...
... above reasons, drivers in Mauritius are not usually in a hurry and are pretty laid-back and cooperative.
We began the service at 10:30. After the hymns, I passed along lots of greetings, gave an update on various things, and then a sermon. We were ten people in all, including Mr. and Mrs. Prodigue who have come from Reunion for the next few days. After the service we talked about all sorts of things while some of the ladies set lunch on ...
... be the biggest storm system to hit Mauritius in 9 years! On the day I arrived, they place did seem like a ghost town, shops had closed early, the port had issued a maritime alert, many houses were bolted up and even all the roadside billboards were removed to be saved from the expected strong winds. Luckily for me it didn’t materialise and by the time it turned to make its way towards the island had dissipated into a weak-ish frontal system.
On Sunday I knew ...
Up at normal time to head into the hospital. Im getting a bit tired of being on my own on ward round as Tim was spending his time with Lou, so i decided to jump in with the boys on general surgery as it was clinic day. I saw Vira and he was more than happy to have me on board for the day! Clinic was much the same as i had remembered it with people flitting in and out with telephone calls every 5 minutes ...
... the students are sent into the workforce and often get great jobs because they were in the Project. At the school I was able to help make crafts that the school receives donations for (as an NGO the school remains open by means of donation), like baskets, necklaces and paintings. The students were warm and inviting, wanting to play games and sing with me. Saying goodbye to them was definitely one of the hardest things I've had to do on Semester at ...