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Love the title - and also enjoyed the conversational format. What a trip.
Enjoyed the interluding comments...nice read.
Sounds like quite an eye-opener. What you describe comes across pretty much like our experiences even though we live on the opposite corner of the continent.
I thought it was a pity you didn't write more about your experiences with the orphans - the focus of the trip after all. In my experience, it's in seeing lives impacted with the gospel that maintains the missionary call. After a while all the novelty wears off and you need something positive to sustain you. Bless you.
You have described my country well, even though things are changing now. Our potholes are not so big anymore, hahahaha.
Oyinbo actually means a white person, while the yoruba word for albino is afin.
Lovely story. My husband would identify with the pothole story. He was in Uganda 18 months ago and couldn't believe the state of the roads.
Well done.