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Accommodation is expensive here, even though I've stayed in the cheapest I can find. All the same, when I read about a lovely sounding hotel on a beach, with horse riding and cycling and boat trips included in the price, I decided I'd treat myself for a couple of nights. There isn't much to report about my journey getting there. It only took two straight forward buses and one quickly fixed puncture. It was after being dropped off the bus in the middle of ...
... although the weather getting hotter makes it a bit of a sweat-fest. But really church is what I love in Joal. There is Charismatique on Mondays, the service that I find most like Ashwood in that it’s a lot more liberal than Sunday mass. We share bible verses, worship with hands raised and speak tongues. It’s a truly wonderful thing to share with my friends here. Amee and I have even shared some English worship songs with the group and we sang ...
... Thies Thies Thies Thies Dakar Dakar Dakar Dakar’. At midday, a multicoloured snake of students joins the throng as they wander their ways home, each donning their particular colour in Joal’s rainbow of school tabards. The music that sets pace to the pulse of life here; The mbalax rhythms bouncing from market stalls, the church choir resonating their serer adoration, the incessant honking of car horns, the mosque calls ...
... no worries cavity free, so I thought I would check it out while I was in town. To say the least this dentist helped four volunteers in an hour and a half that included four x-rays, two cleanings, one filling and one crown. He was speedy and I am sure not as precise as we would have wanted but thank god I was only there for a cleaning.
Back at site and time to get down to business with work. I always have a mild feeling of being overwhelmed and ...
... you. We all agreed that our kids would 1) speak more than one language fluently 2) see the world in attempts to expose our families to other cultures and 3) have a great education, not only in the formal sense but through hands on real life experiences; similar to what I had growing up and I appreciate my parents for that. As for myself I want to continue my education when I get back to the states because I believe whole heartedly ...