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Again, I cannot thank you enough for your prayers and encouragement. This truly is a life changing and heart transforming experience and the ways that the Lord has spoke to me and has comforted me in the hard times has been unbelievanble. Again, I say thank you friends. Oh, and be on the lookout for back ordered blog entries soon!
Love in Him,
... bus stepped up a gear as we flew past a tea plantation, a banana plantation, a German church (why?) , the county town and so on. By now a loo break was long overdue, so we forced her to stop! We found a local hotel and 30 of us shared the 2 loos ... It took a while.....luckily for some Arsenal were winning on the TV which passed the time in the queue.... So , even later now, the driver had to go faster... We arrive at Limbe's botanical gardens so late the driver drives down ...
... wood pieces donated by the American embassy, and reflected on the day.
I went to bed around 1, and I think everyone else must have followed soon after. Monday is our first day of classes, so we all wanted to get a decent night's sleep, and get back on a more normal sleeping schedule. It's been a little bit difficult for me to adjust to Bioko time. Because the culture is Spanish, everything happens much later in the day. You can go ...
... br> The whole idea behind the posters, pamphlet and workshop is to increase value at ARCH. They are still not making enough income to balance out and this could be a way to receive more patients, but also to increase therapy satisfaction. So ultimately it should increase income. I hope that I made a small difference for ARCH in this in the long run.
The next day, my last workday, I was surprise with a send-off from all the workers at ARCH. ...
... br> so many that you didn’t quite know where to look for the shot. Anyhow, quite
the experience. But Nynke and I didn’t want to be there too long, as we would
start our hike to Mount Cameroon pretty early the following morning.
Back home we packed our things, got about 5 hours of sleep,
woke up at 5:00 am, got the rest together and met our guide and porters in
front of the governor’s office. Here the porters repacked ...