No sabes el gusto que me dio leer tu comentario. Me saludas mucho a tu familia y a todos en Monterrey. Si, yo tambien me acuerdo mucho de nuestros tiempos juntos de jovenes (no que estemos viejos…para nada !). Le platicaba aqui a mi companero, Chris, que nos suviamos al techo de mi casa en Monterrey a tomar ron con coca y platicar sobre la existencia y nuestra razon de ser. Yo tambien espero que pronto podamos pasar rato juntos y me falta conocer a tus chiquillos ! Un abrazo mi Chacho.
Chacho is and I grew up together in Monterrey, Mexico. He now lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, with his wife and children. We have stayed close friends. We had many adventures together, along with some other friends and my younger brother Juan Carlos, who has been helping with i-ACT.
It’s Saturday night in Abeche, Chad. We’ve been advised that UNHCR has called for a curfew tonight, recommending that everyone abstain from going out. There has been a noticeable increase in the military presence in town. We have also heard that three generals have resigned from the Chadian military, which probably means increased instability in all of the country. I was somewhat glad that we would be staying in Abeche, instead of N’Djamena, for the next couple of days, thinking that I felt more at ease with the security here compared with the capital. Now I’m not so sure. We have our seats reserved for the Tuesday morning Abeche-to-N’Djamena flight, and our flight to Paris leaves Wednesday night (actually Thursday, 12:30am).
If anyone finds any information on Chad’s current situation, feel free to post it here on a comment.
Mimi’s soccer team won the championship! :-) Felicidades Mimi!
Te extrano mi Chiquita, pero ya pronto voy. Un abrazo y un beso. A todas las familias de aqui les platico de ti.