Category: Day 3: Jan 21, 2008
Katie-Jay and Gabriel spend their last day in Camp Kounoungou. We meet Adam, an inspirational leader who laments the lack of action by the international community. En Français »
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G’s Journal for Day 3 Guereda I’m having a hard time getting started on writing tonight. Many times, if not usually, I let it flow when I’m very tired to exhausted. Right now I’m there, but it’s not flowing. I read the comments from all of you, responding to KTJ’s and my journal entries. They […]
We are leaving later than usual today but with the hopes that we will stay later in to the afternoon, as we are the convoy, that is to say the only car following our armed escort. We make the usual stop at the security office, tell them that we would like to stay until 2pm, […]
What would Ghandi do?
I find myself awake again a 3:00 in the morning having lied in bed for sometimegazing out the window watching for the first signs of dawn to creep into the night sky. Like a old friend, I hear the rooster I have heard each morning calling in the distance. However, it is not the roosters […]
Other Snippets of Life here…
Here are a few snippets of my thoughts (KTJ) that didn’t make it in to the above journal entry since they are more about me, but some of you might find it… hmmm… well just read it if you want to… I’m out of chocolate. There are not too many things about myself that I […]
More pictures from today
More i-ACT pictures on flickr.